To be in agreement, harmony, or conformity; to be similar or equivalent in character, quantity, origin, structure, or function.
Hampatvâzidan, from ham-, → com-, + patvâz "response" [Mo'in], from Mid.Pers. patvâc "response," Av. paitivak- + -idan infinitive suffix.
The act, fact, or state of agreeing or conforming.
Verbal noun from → correspond.
Fr.: principe de correspondance
The principle first put forward by N. Bohr according to which the behavior of quantum mechanical laws reduce to classical laws in the limit of large quantum numbers.
Fr.: correspondance un à un
A relationship between two distinct sets of elements such that every member of the first set can be paired with a unique element in the second set; and every member of the second set can be paired with a unique element in the first set. Two sets so related are said to be isomorphic.