Definitions for "Transposition"
Transposition involves taking two units of text and swapping them round so that each occupies the others former position.
trope in which the various words in a text are rearranged, thus altering the original syntax.
(electricity) a rearrangement of the relative positions of power lines in order to minimize the effects of mutual capacitance and inductance; "he wrote a textbook on the electrical effects of transposition"
A change of a composition into another key.
Moving a section or a piece of music to a key with a new pitch.
The performance of a piece of music in a key different from the key it was originally written in. Singers will often transpose an aria (usually downwards), either to make specific high notes easier or because the general tessitura of the piece sits uncomfortably with their own vocal range. This often happens with singers in say their sixties & seventies, if they are lucky enough to still be singing. I heard Carlo Bergonzi do this when he was at the grand age of 72, wow, what a voice.
The movement of genetic material from one genomic location to another.
The phenomenon whereby visual and auditory patterns (i.e., figures and melodies) remain essentially the same even though the parts of which they are composed change.
The movement of a discrete segment of DNA from one location in the genome to another.
A change of the natural order of words in a sentence; as, the Latin and Greek languages admit transposition, without inconvenience, to a much greater extent than the English.
Teeth positioned out of their normal position in the dental arch. (Teeth which have switched positions)
A method of enciphering in which plaintext letters are changed as to position but retain their original identity.
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a correction of a difference that two adjacent characters in A correspond to two adjacent characters in B
Transposing two units of text means putting each one into the place formerly occupied by the other. There are Emacs commands to transpose two adjacent characters, words, balanced expressions (q.v.) or lines (see section L.2 Transposing Text).
in either alphabetical or logical context
In the methods of deductive reasoning in classical logic, "transposition is the rule of inference that permits one to infer from the truth of "A implies B" the truth of "Not-B implies not-A", and conversely".Brody, Bobuch A. "Glossary of Logical Terms". Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
A quasi-geometric transformation that involves rotating an image by a multiple of 90 degrees or flipping pixels in an image across a line that passes through the center of the image. The XIL library's transposition function allows for flips across a horizontal or vertical line passing through an image's center and across the main diagonal or antidiagonal.
The changing over of the inverted images produced by a stereo camera to the upright and left/right presentation necessary for normal viewing. May be achieved optically by means of a transposing camera or viewer, or mechanically by means of a special printing frame, as well as manually during the mounting of images.
Changing the powers of a sphero-cylinder lens or astigmatic prescription from one cylinder form to the other (- to + or + to -).
Changing the relative curves of a lens without changing its refractive surface.
Keywords:  magic, basic, object, effects, book
one of the basic effects in magic, in which two or more objects or people exchange places
One of the basic magical effects in which an object changes location. (Book 6)
a phosphoryl transfer reaction
The illusion of vanishing an object or person from one place then producing them in another.
The bringing of any term of an equation from one side over to the other without destroying the equation.
(mathematics) the transfer of a quantity form one side of an equation to the other along with a change of sign
an event in which one thing is substituted for another; "the replacement of lost blood by a transfusion of donor blood"
Keywords:  translocation, see
See translocation.
The process of turning European Directives into national law. See also double-banking, over-implementation. See also Implementation and Transposition Guidance [ PDF 287KB, 34 pages].
Keywords:  reversing, act, order, place
the act of reversing the order or place of
Keywords:  act
The act of transposing, or the state of being transposed.
Keywords:  web
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