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tTestA t-Test is a way testing a hypothesis on the basis of a difference between sample means. Here (tTest ?COLL1 ?COLL2 ?PROB) means that ?PROB is the probability that ?COLL1 and ?COLL2 are samples of the same statisticalPopulation. This is meant to be used when ?COLL1 and ?COLL2 are two different statisticalPopulations.[and full SUMO definition]
tags(tags ?USER1 ?USER2) means that ?USER1 has made a reference to ?USER2 in a Posting. This term is used specifically on social networking sites, and it is only a tag if both ?USER1 and ?USER2 have accounts on that specific site (e.g., if Sue and Mary have FacebookAccounts but John does not, then Sue can tag Mary and Mary can tag Sue, but neither of them can tag John, even though they may mention him in a post.) Notice that this is an antisymmetric, and not asymmetric, relation because you can tag yourself in a post.[and full SUMO definition]
tangent(tangent ?LINE ?CIRCLE) means that the straight line ?LINE is tangent to the figure ?CIRCLE, i.e. ?LINE touches ?CIRCLE without intersecting it.[and full SUMO definition]
targetInAttackThis relation identifies the patient in the event that is the object of the attack.[and full SUMO definition]
task(task ?Process ?Task) means that ?Task is a function to be performed by the ComputerProcess ?Process.[and full SUMO definition]
taskRelation(taskRelation ?System ?Attribute) holds if ?Attribute is a TaskRelationAttribute which describes the RealtimeSystem ?System.[and full SUMO definition]
taxDeferredIncomeIncome whose taxes can be postponed until a later date. Examples include IRA, 401(k), Keogh Plan, annuity, Savings Bond and Employee Stock Ownership Plan.[and full SUMO definition]
teacher(teacher ?AGENT ?ORG) means that ?AGENT is a teacher at the EducationalOrganization ?ORG.[and full SUMO definition]
telecomAreaCode(telecomAreaCode ?SymbolicString TelecomNumber) means that ?SymbolicString is the part of ?TelecomNumber that follows the country code. ?SymbolicString may denote a GeographicArea in which the TelephonyDevice identified by ?TelecomNumber is located (registered), but it may also denote a call billing plan or status, as for 800 numbers in the North American Numbering Plan.[and full SUMO definition]
telecomCode2(telecomCode2 ?SymbolicString ?TelecomNumber) means that ?SymbolicString is the second code (if there is one, such as a sub-area code) following the part of ?TelecomNumber denoted by telecomCountryCode.[and full SUMO definition]
telecomContactDevice(telecomContactDevice ?TelephonyDevice ?AutonomousAgent) means that ?TelephonyDevice is a ContactSite for the Human or Organization ?AutonomousAgent.[and full SUMO definition]
telecomCoreNumber(telecomCoreNumber ?SymbolicString ?TelecomNumber) means that ?SymbolicString is the part of a TelecomNumber that identifies an individual subscriber line, not including the area code and any possible extensions.[and full SUMO definition]
telecomCountryCode(telecomCountryCode ?SymbolicString TelecomNumber) means that ?SymbolicString is the part of ?TelecomNumber that identifies the Nation in which the device identified by ?TelecomNumber is located (or registered). ?SymbolicString will be standard code conforming to, and assigned by, ITU-T Recommendation E.164.[and full SUMO definition]
telecomExtension(telecomExtension ?SymbolicString ?TelecomNumber) means that ?SymbolicString is a part of ?TelecomNumber that identifies a TelephonyDevice within a group of such Devices, the members of which share a local subscriber line.[and full SUMO definition]
telephoneNumber(%&telephoneNumber ?NUMBER ?AGENT) means that ?AutonomousAgent identifies a TelecomeNumber at which ?AutonomousAgent can be contacted[and full SUMO definition]
temporalPartThe temporal analogue of the spatial part predicate. (temporalPart ?POS1 ?POS2) means that TimePosition ?POS1 is part of TimePosition ?POS2. Note that since temporalPart is a ReflexiveRelation every TimePostion is a temporalPart of itself.[and full SUMO definition]
temporallyBetween(temporallyBetween ?POINT1 ?POINT2 ?POINT3) means that the TimePoint ?POINT2 is between the TimePoints ?POINT1 and ?POINT3, i.e. ?POINT1 is before ?POINT2 and ?POINT2 is before ?POINT3.[and full SUMO definition]
temporallyBetweenOrEqual(temporallyBetweenOrEqual ?POINT1 ?POINT2 ?POINT3) means that the TimePoint ?POINT1 is before or equal to the TimePoint ?POINT2 and ?POINT2 is before or equal to the TimePoint ?POINT3.[and full SUMO definition]
tenant(tenant ?PERSON ?UNIT) means that ?PERSON is a tenant of the Residence ?UNIT, i.e. he or she is renting the unit.[and full SUMO definition]
termFormatA relation that specifies how to present a term in a natural language format.[and full SUMO definition]
termLength(termLength ?ORG ?ROLE ?LENGTH) means that in the Organization or GeopoliticalArea ?ORG, the term of office for the position ?ROLE is the TimeDuration ?LENGTH.[and full SUMO definition]
terrainInArea(terrainInArea ?AREA ?ATTRIBUTE) means that the GeographicArea ?AREA is or includes a region with the features of TerrainArea ?ATTRIBUTE.[and full SUMO definition]
third(third ?THIRD ?WHOLE) means that ?THIRD is one third of ?WHOLE.[and full SUMO definition]
thirdPartyProductA relationship between a product, a manufacturer and a customer that states that the given product instance owned by the customer of the manufacturer was not produced by that manufacturer.[and full SUMO definition]
timeThis relation holds between an instance of Physical and an instance of TimePosition just in case the temporal lifespan of the former includes the latter. In other words, (time ?THING ?TIME) means that ?THING existed or occurred at ?TIME. Note that time does for instances of time what holdsDuring does for instances of Formula. The constants located and time are the basic spatial and temporal predicates, respectively.[and full SUMO definition]
titleInLanguage(titleInLanguage ?STRING ?WORKCLASS ?LANGUAGE) means that in the Language ?LANGUAGE, instances of the ContentBearingPhysical ?WORKCLASS bear the title ?STRING.[and full SUMO definition]
titlesA BinaryPredicate used to indicate the title of a ContentBearingPhysical. Note that the second argument type restriction is a subclass, rather than an instance, of ContentBearingPhysical. Thus, the title Murder_on_the_Orient_Express corresponds to a large class of Books, and not just to a single copy of the book.[and full SUMO definition]
tonicityA measure of the osmotic pressure on the first argument with respect to the second. This is typically measured in Pascals. Osmotic pressure is the minimum pressure which needs to be applied to a solution (the first argument) to prevent the inward flow of its pure solvent across a semipermeable membrane (from the second argument). If there is potential flow from the first to the second argument then the measure in this relation will be negative. It is also defined as the measure of the tendency of a solution to take in its pure solvent by osmosis. Potential osmotic pressure is the maximum osmotic pressure that could develop in a solution if it were separated from its pure solvent by a semipermeable membrane. Osmosis occurs when two solutions containing different concentrations of solute are separated by a selectively permeable membrane. Solvent molecules pass preferentially through the membrane from the low-concentration solution to the solution with higher solute concentration. The transfer of solvent molecules will continue until equilibrium is attained.[from Wikipedia].[and full SUMO definition]
top(top ?TOP ?OBJECT) means that ?TOP is the highest maximal superficial part of ?OBJECT.[and full SUMO definition]
topSpeedThe maximum speed under normal conditions for a vehicle. For a RoadVehicle this would be on level ground, no headwind or tailwind, 70 degrees F, standard recommended fuel etc. For an Aircraft this would mean level flight out of ground effect. Because of the number of external factors on top speed, all that can be said formally is that higher speeds are unlikely.[and full SUMO definition]
totalA binaryPredicate which relates a class of Quantities to their sum.[and full SUMO definition]
totalArea(totalArea ?REGION ?AMOUNT) means that the total area of ?REGION is the AreaMeasure ?AMOUNT.[and full SUMO definition]
totalBalanceThe initial balance of a loan, which is the amount borrowed.[and full SUMO definition]
totalBiomass(totalBiomass ?PLACE ?MASS) means that the total amount (in weight or volume) of living matter in the Region ?PLACE is ?MASS.[and full SUMO definition]
totalCoastline(totalCoastline ?AREA ?COASTLENGTH) means that the total length of all boundaries between the GeographicArea ?AREA and the ocean is the LengthMeasure ?COASTLENGTH. The coastline counted may be discontinuous and may even be along different oceans (as in Columbia). A totalCoastline of zero indicates a LandlockedArea. Note that only Ocean coastlines are counted, not any shores with inland waters.[and full SUMO definition]
totalCottonCapicityMaximum mass of cotton that a LaundryAppliance can work with in one cycle.[and full SUMO definition]
totalFacilityTypeInArea(totalFacilityTypeInArea ?AREA ?TYPE ?COUNT) means that in the GeographicArea ?AREA there a total of ?COUNT number of facilities of type ?TYPE.[and full SUMO definition]
totalGDP(totalGDP ?AREA ?AMOUNT) means that the value of all final goods and services produced within the GeopoliticalArea ?AREA is ?AMOUNT, in U.S. dollars, calculated on a purchasing power parity basis. This represents Gross Domestic Product (GDP). See PPPBasedEconomicValuation.[and full SUMO definition]
totalGDPInPeriod(totalGDPInPeriod ?AREA ?AMOUNT ?PERIOD) means that the value of all final goods and services produced within the GeopoliticalArea ?AREA is ?AMOUNT in the period indicated by ?PERIOD, measured in U.S. dollars calculated on a purchasing power parity basis. (See PPPBasedEconomicValuation.) This is the Gross Domestic Product for ?AREA for a specified period.[and full SUMO definition]
totalLandBoundary(totalLandBoundary ?REGION ?LENGTH) means that the GeographicArea ?REGION has a total LengthMeasure ?LENGTH of land boundaries between it and other countries. Note that the boundaries included in the total length may be discontinuous, as when interrupted by stretches of Seacoast.[and full SUMO definition]
totalLengthOfHighwaySystem(totalLengthOfHighwaySystem ?AREA ?LENGTH) means that the total length of the highway system in the GeographicArea ?AREA is ?LENGTH. The figure includes both paved and unpaved roads.[and full SUMO definition]
totalLengthOfRailwaySystem(totalLengthOfRailwaySystem ?AREA ?LENGTH) means that the sum length of all railway routes in the GeographicArea ?AREA is the LengthMeasure ?LENGTH.[and full SUMO definition]
totalLengthOfWaterways(totalLengthOfWaterways ?AREA ?LENGTH) means that the total length of navigable Waterways in the GeographicArea ?AREA is the LengthMeasure ?LENGTH.[and full SUMO definition]
totalOrderingOnA BinaryRelation ?REL is a total ordering on a Class only if it is a partial ordering for which either (?REL ?INST1 ?INST2) or (?REL ?INST2 ?INST1) for every ?INST1 and ?INST2 in the Class.[and full SUMO definition]
totalPipelineInArea(totalPipelineInArea ?AREA ?LENGTH) means that the GeopoliticalArea ?AREA has ?LENGTH of Pipelines.[and full SUMO definition]
totalPrecipitationForPeriod(totalPrecipitationForPeriod ?PLACE ?PERIOD ?AMOUNT) means that at the GeographicArea ?PLACE, and during the TimeDuration ?PERIOD, the total amount of precipitation was ?AMOUNT.[and full SUMO definition]
trackWidthThe distance between the two rails of a Railway.[and full SUMO definition]
trafficableForTrafficType(trafficableForTrafficType ?WAY ?TYPE) means that Objects of ?TYPE can move along the Transitway ?WAY.[and full SUMO definition]
transactionAmount(transactionAmount ?TRANSACTION ?AMOUNT) means that ?AMOUNT is an instance of CurrencyMeasure being exhanged in the FinancialTransaction ?TRANSACTION.[and full SUMO definition]
transitwayCapacityCount(transitwayCapacityCount ?WAY ?TYPE ?NUMBER) means that the Transitway ?WAY can accommodate a maximum of ?NUMBER items of ?TYPE at any one time.[and full SUMO definition]
transitwayCapacityRate(transitwayCapacityRate ?WAY ?TYPE ?RATE) means that the Transitway WAY can transit items of ?TYPE at the maximum FunctionQuantity ?RATE. For example, (transitwayCapacityRate SFBayBridgeWestbound Automobile 500).[and full SUMO definition]
translatedTitle(translatedTitle ?STRING ?WORKTYPE ?LANGUAGE) means that the title for instances of the ContentBearingPhysical ?WORKTYPE in the Language ?LANGUAGE is ?STRING, and that ?STRING is a translation of a different (original) title in a different Language. See originalTitle.[and full SUMO definition]
transported(transported ?EVENT ?OBJ) means that ?OBJ is transported (carried/moved to a different physical location) in the Transportation ?EVENT.[and full SUMO definition]
traverses(traverses ?OBJ1 ?OBJ2) means that ?OBJ1 crosses or extends across ?OBJ2. Note that crosses and penetrates are subrelations of traverses.[and full SUMO definition]
treatedPageBinaryPredicate tying pages to an experiment. (treatedPage ?WEBPAGE ?EXPERIMENT) means that an agent of AccessingWebPage where the WebPage ?WEBPAGE is the destination will be the experiencer of a Process which is a member of the QualifyingEventsFn of the Experimenting ?EXPERIMENT.[and full SUMO definition]
treatedPageDefinition(treatedPageDefinition ?EXPERIMENT ?FORMULA) means that if the the Formula ?FORMULA refers to a WebPage, that WebPage is a treatedPage in the context of the Experimenting ?EXPERIMENT.[and full SUMO definition]
treatedUser(treatedUser ?VISITOR ?EXPERIMENT) means that ?VISITOR experienced a Qualifying Event of ?EXPERIMENT.[and full SUMO definition]
treatmentGroup(treatmentGroup ?COLLECTION ?EXPERIMENT) means that ?COLLECTION is the group of all agents who have experienced an experimentalVariableProcess of ?EXERIMENT, where ?EXPERIMENT is an instance of Experimenting.[and full SUMO definition]
tributaryA Relation between two areas of Fluid where one flows into the other and the first argument is an area of smaller width or flow rate.[and full SUMO definition]
trichotomizingOnA BinaryRelation ?REL is trichotomizing on a Class only if, for all instances ?INST1 and ?INST2 of the Class, at least one of the following holds: (?REL ?INST1 ?INST2), (?REL ?INST2 ?INST1) or (equal ?INST1 ?INST2).[and full SUMO definition]
trustedDeviceA particular Computer is listed on a UserAccount as being trusted. This is a common security protocol that typically makes logging in to the device easier, while adding some extra procedure, such as two-factor authentication, for a device not registered with the account.[and full SUMO definition]
trustsA Relation between two Agents and a class of Processes where the first agent believes that the second agent will do what he says, at least with respect to that kind of action.[and full SUMO definition]
truthThe BinaryPredicate that relates a Sentence to its TruthValue.[and full SUMO definition]
typicalAction(typicalAction ?PROCESS ?CLASS) means that instances of the class ?AGENT are typically an active determinant of instances of the Process class ?PROCESS.[and full SUMO definition]
typicalBloodVolumeThe typical, approximate volume of Blood for the given class of Mammal.[and full SUMO definition]
typicalPartAn instance of the first argument is typically found as part of an instance of the second argument. This is a class-level relation roughly corresponding to part. Note that this does not imply that such wholes typically have such parts.[and full SUMO definition]
typicalTemporalPartAn instance of the first argument is typically a temporal part of an instance of the second argument. This is a class-level relation roughly corresponding to temporalPart. Note that this does not imply that such wholes typically have such parts.[and full SUMO definition]
typicallyContainsPartAn instance of the second argument typically contains an instance of the first argument. This is a class-level relation roughly corresponding to part. Note that this does not imply that such parts typically have such wholes.[and full SUMO definition]
typicallyContainsTemporalPartAn instance of the second argument typically contains an instance of the first argument. This is a class-level relation roughly corresponding to part. Note that this does not imply that such parts typically have such wholes.[and full SUMO definition]