• WordNet 3.6
    • n interdependency a reciprocal relation between interdependent entities (objects or individuals or groups)
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Interdependency Mutual dependence; as, interdependency of interests.
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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:

These phases of city life overlapped considerably and were interdependent.
"Life in a Mediæval City" by Edwin Benson
Nothing of his has any large design or effective interdependent proportions.
"The Vision of Sir Launfal" by James Russell Lowell
Any contrivance which shows an interdependence of parts, that results in unity of action, is super-mechanical.
"The Breath of Life" by John Burroughs
Allegiance and protection are reciprocal and interdependent duties, and the failure of one involves and works the failure of the other.
"Continental Monthly , Vol IV, Issue VI, December 1863" by Various
The interdependence of tone quality and pronunciation is therefore obvious.
"Resonance in Singing and Speaking" by Thomas Fillebrown
All commerce is significant, first of all, of national interdependence.
"National Character" by N. C. Burt
From the Turkish point of view, therefore, the campaigns in these two countries were to some extent interdependent.
"With the British Army in The Holy Land" by Henry Osmond Lock
By "tonality" is meant the dependence or interdependence of all the tones in a key upon some one principal tone called the Key-tone.
"A Popular History of the Art of Music" by W. S. B. Mathews
They are interdependent, and whoever concerns himself with one must perforce concern himself with the other.
"The Nation's River" by United States Department of the Interior
Thus the two races, socially separated but economically interdependent, may to mutual advantage live side by side.
"Booker T. Washington" by Emmett J. Scott and Lyman Beecher Stowe

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:

Instead of a new era of democracy, disarmament and interdependence, we have had unchecked militarism and economic crisis.
Dance Gather, a new dance-music piece, professes its mission with buzzwords like interdependence, isolation, connection, division, collaboration and community.
The CivWorld president and president-founder of the Interdependence Movement reflects on the DNC, joblessness in America and the power held by undecided voters.
The distinguished Demos fellow and president of CivWorld and the Interdependence Movement recounts his whereabouts on 9/11 and explains why borders don't matter anymore.
The idea that salmon and forests are interdependent is somehow controversial seems beyond bizarre.
Cyber and physical security are now interdependent.
In software engineering, modularization is the traditional technique intended to reduce the interdependencies among modules that constitute a system.
In the normal course of development, we grow from dependence to independence to interdependence.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) The age-old question comes up for review once again: Which should predominate, independence or interdependence.
Contemplative Education, Conflict Resolution and Global Interdependence.
Integrating contemplative and peace education strategies illuminates how happiness and conflict resolution are interdependent and globally significant.
Schools and communities across the country will explore global connections and intersections like this during this year's Geography Awareness Week, Nov 11-17, with its theme ' Geography : Declare Your Interdependence.
This session explores the concept of interdependence and traces goods traded around the Indian Ocean that led to today's globalization.
Opening words, Spring 2006 We are citizens in an interdependent community of life.
The Patient Care Tech is a multi-skilled health professional who works interdependently with other health care professionals to provide quality health care to the patient.

In science:

Given the interdependencies in links, this presents a challenge in estimation as there are not repeated independent observations.
Tractable and Consistent Random Graph Models
This requires that there not be too much interdependence between all the relationships in the network, so that asymptotically there is suļ¬ƒcient information for parameter estimation.25 We proceed as follows.
Tractable and Consistent Random Graph Models
It is important to emphasize that this class of SERGMs stil l al lows for strong interdependencies and correlations in link appearances, both within and across statistics.
Tractable and Consistent Random Graph Models
Again, we emphasize that although the estimator here is based on binomial approximations, a SUGM still incorporates interdependencies directly through the subgraphs that are generated.
Tractable and Consistent Random Graph Models
The results make use of the fact that in sparse settings, the picture of interdependencies is clear and are measured by the statistics one-by-one.
Tractable and Consistent Random Graph Models