rel_is_reflexive {agop}R Documentation

Reflexive Binary Relations

Description

A binary relation R is reflexive, iff for all x we have xRx.

Usage

rel_is_reflexive(R)

rel_closure_reflexive(R)

rel_reduction_reflexive(R)

Arguments

R

an object coercible to a 0-1 (logical) square matrix, representing a binary relation on a finite set.

Details

rel_is_reflexive finds out if a given binary relation is reflexive. The function just checks whether all elements on the diagonal of R are non-zeros, i.e., it has O(n) time complexity, where n is the number of rows in R. Missing values on the diagonal may result in NA.

A reflexive closure of a binary relation R, determined by rel_closure_reflexive, is the minimal reflexive superset R' of R.

A reflexive reduction of a binary relation R, determined by rel_reduction_reflexive, is the minimal subset R' of R, such that the reflexive closures of R and R' are equal i.e., the largest irreflexive relation contained in R.

Value

The rel_closure_reflexive and rel_reduction_reflexive functions return a logical square matrix. dimnames of R are preserved.

On the other hand, rel_is_reflexive returns a single logical value.

See Also

Other binary_relations: check_comonotonicity, pord_nd, pord_spread, pord_weakdom, rel_graph, rel_is_antisymmetric, rel_is_asymmetric, rel_is_cyclic, rel_is_irreflexive, rel_is_symmetric, rel_is_total, rel_is_transitive, rel_reduction_hasse


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