• WordNet 3.6
    • n interdependence a reciprocal relation between interdependent entities (objects or individuals or groups)
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Interdependence Mutual dependence. "The interdependence of virtue and knowledge."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n interdependence Mutual dependence.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • n Interdependence in-tėr-de-pend-ens mutual dependence: dependence of parts one on another
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  • Stephen R. Covey
    “Interdependency follows independence.”
  • Henry Van Dyke
    “In the progress of personality, first comes a declaration of independence, then a recognition of interdependence.”
  • Marshall Mcluhan
    “The new electronic interdependence recreates the world in the image of a global village.”
  • Mahatma Gandhi
    “Interdependence is and ought to be as much the ideal of man as self-sufficiency. Man is a social being.”


In literature:

The growing interdependence of nations produces a peculiar and paradoxical condition.
"The Psychology of Nations" by G.E. Partridge
The "purse and the sword" are respectively the resource and defense of government and peoples, and they are interdependent powers.
"Albert Gallatin" by John Austin Stevens
Human society is thus growing more and more interwoven and interdependent.
"Monopolies and the People" by Charles Whiting Baker
All these life forms exist in a complicated interdependence.
"Planet of the Damned" by Harry Harrison
These doctrines, though associated and interdependent, and in popular thought not only combined but confused, must be considered separately.
"Evolution in Modern Thought" by Ernst Haeckel
All is interdependent in a civilized society; it is impossible to reform any one thing without altering the whole.
"The Conquest of Bread" by Peter Kropotkin
It has been said that the machines are interdependent; yet they are entirely independent as to time and place.
"The Building of a Book" by Various
Never were the harmony and interdependence just referred to so clearly recognised as now.
"Fragments of science, V. 1-2" by John Tyndall
Interdependence absolute, foreseen, ordained, decreed, To work, Ye'll note, at any tilt an' every rate o' speed.
"The Seven Seas" by Rudyard Kipling
The growing realisation of the interdependence of all life is giving a new standard of action and attainment, and a new standard of estimate.
"The Higher Powers of Mind and Spirit" by Ralph Waldo Trine

In poetry:

When you're sure that conducts work is luminous light
And you're sure that interdependence is emptiness
A doer and deed refined until they're gone
This way of working with conduct, it works quite well
"The Profound Definitive Meaning" by Jetsun Milarepa

In news:

According to Global Mission page on the ELCA website, accompaniment means "walking together in solidarity that practices interdependence and mutuality".
While the argument of interdependence has put many at ease, what will happen if China does pull back from their long-standing policy of buying T-Bills.
The Red Clay Valley Scenic Byway includes twenty-eight secondary roads in northern New Castle County that form an interconnected and interdependent network closely linked to the Red Clay Creek and its watershed area.
The Red Clay Valley Scenic Byway includes twenty-eight secondary roads in northern New Castle County that form an interconnected and interdependent network closely linked to the Red Clay Creek and its.
Results matter, but with "big" action and "big" advocacy out of fashion, we've lost our interdependent way.
THE CRASH COURSE with CHRIS MARTENS: Understanding the Interdependence of our Economy, Environment, and Energy Systems.
One of the overarching themes of "The Sports Show" is how the sports industry and media became fused and interdependent through the power of the photograph and later, video.
Competition, Supply & Demand & Interdependence .
The soon-to-be separate countries will remain interdependent after South Sudan's July 9 independence because of intertwined economies and security concerns.
LIFE (PART 2) Health Interdependence PBS.
In preparing for this editorial, I found it helpful to remind myself of what is meant by being dependent, independent, and interdependent .
But interdependent means we are mutually dependent on someone else.
As we continue to progress, hopefully we learn that, to maximize our success, we must be interdependent .
Interdependent world one person at a time.
But the presidential candidates evidently realize America's global interdependence makes isolationism a historic relic.

In science:

If components are highly interdependent, changes on one function may affect the other functions also. Hence loose coupling is generally desirable and is a sign of well-structured computer system.
Software Reuse in Medical Database for Cardiac Patients using Pearson Family Equations
Let {Xt}t∈T be a real-valued random process, i.e., a collection of interdependent random variables, indexed by some set T .
Lecture notes on non-asymptotic theory of random matrices
These structures are therefore ideal for observing and characterizing the interdependent processes involved in the growth of the most massive SMBHs and galaxies, and follow-up studies of protocluster AGN have revealed interesting first results.
Concurrent Supermassive Black Hole and Galaxy Growth: Linking Environment and Nuclear Activity in z = 2.23 H-alpha Emitters
Therefore, a system of 2n equations with 2n/n unknowns (many equations are interdependent) should be solved.
An approach to the problem of generating irreducible polynomials over the finite field GF(2) and its relationship with the problem of periodicity on the space of binary sequences
Estimating the fraction of null genes with possibly strong inter-gene dependence is an important issue, and probably a very difficult one, especially without specifying their structure of interdependence beforehand.
A statistical framework for the design of microarray experiments and effective detection of differential gene expression