antisymmetry

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antisymmetry ‎(countable and uncountable, plural antisymmetries)

  1. (mathematics) The condition of being antisymmetric.
  2. (linguistics) A theory of syntactic linearization, proposing that hierarchical structure in natural language maps universally onto a particular surface linearization, namely specifier-head-complement branching order.

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