Intransitivity – Wikipedia

Intransitivity From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search This article is about intransitivity in mathematics. For other uses, see Intransitive (disambiguation). In mathematics, intransitivity (sometimes called nontransitivity) is a property of binary relations that are not transitive relations. This may include any relation that is not transitive, or the stronger property of antitransitivity, which describes a relation that is never transitive.

Intransitivity – Wikipedia