antimetric
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 Hyphenation: an‧ti‧me‧tric
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antimetric (not comparable)
 (electrical engineering) The converse of symmetric in electrical network theory, especially filter theory. A network where the input and output image impedances are the dual, or inverse, of each other as opposed to symmetric networks where they are equal.
 A Butterworth filter with an odd number of elements is symmetric while one with an even number of elements is antimetric.
 In mechanics, relating to a pair of forces, a pair of oscillations or other motion acting in the opposite direction to symmetric.
 (sound engineering, chiefly music) Going off the rhythm, especially during a transition from one time signature to another.
 Opposed to metrication.
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the converse of symmetric in electrical network theory
