10.3 Sample Bidirectional Relations

Consider these relations. Each one has a bidirectional relation that always goes with it. Responding to a relation in one direction (the IF column) entails responding to the relation in the other direction (the THEN column).

A bidirectional relation example between RFT1003 and sample.
A is smaller than B B is bigger than A
A comes before BB comes after A
A is the cause of BB is the effect of A
A is behind BB is in front of A
A is the same as BB is the same as A
A is in BB contains A
A is better than BB is worse than A
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