co-occur

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go with, fall together

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In contrast to Skinner's depiction of the contingencies involved in contiguous usage, many cognitive psychologists emphasize mere stimulus co-occurrence as the source of "semantic" relations (e.
With the third approach, we evaluated species assemblages at finer spatial resolutions to identify spatially explicit co-occurrences with rebuilding species in the catch.
The fewest co-occurrences with the genitive form of the first person pronoun were registered with inimene 'human being', poiss 'boy' and tudruk 'girl'.
We also want to explore the use of second order co-occurrences for disambiguation.
Other species, besides the five potential nuclear species, that occurred only in one positive co-occurrence also had some qualitative traits that seem to be related with a cohesive role.
k]}, in a Hasse diagram, the upper and lower bounds of the number of co-occurrences between the two nodes in the original graph are defined, respectively.
In Section 3, findings regarding constraints on the co-occurrences between causative and resultative predicates in English and Thai will be presented and accounted for in semantic and functional terms.
For our study of preferred and fixed lexical co-occurrences with pronouns of address, a combination of the partly overlapping and mutually complementing concepts of collocation and phraseology as briefly outlined above is suggested.
The advantage of utilizing color information is demonstrated by converting color textures to gray-level ones and classifying them using Grey Level Co-Occurrence Matrix (GLCM) based features.
This section will concentrate on the grammatical patterns and co-occurrences of LOVE.
This review will consider the extent and nature of such co-occurrences and whether research supports the possibility of common or shared factors in the etiology or maintenance of EDs and SUDs.
The total numbers of co-occurrences and differences were transformed into a matrix of similarities for subsequent analysis.
The semantic patterns of keywords can be generalized from different perspectives--the simple frequency of occurrences and co-occurrences, or the number of unique keywords per rank (frequency), each of which uses a different measure to analyze the data.
Evolution has tuned the way we think to frequencies of co-occurrences, as with the hunter who remembers the area where he has had the most success killing game," Gigerenzer asserts.