ALL OR NONE TRANSITION 1)
A type of transition that admits only two opposite states.
These transitions are congruent with the all or nothing principle. They admit no fuzziness. Examples are: open vs. closed; outside vs. inside; positive vs. negative; one vs. zero.
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