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corresponding in character or kind

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coinciding when superimposed

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At first glance, the issue of completeness appears to pose a problem to this notion of stable congruency.
The local energy E(x) and phase congruency PC(x) is given by
A benefit congruency framework of sales promotion effectiveness.
Not only has the affective reaction to congruency been researched: the impact or effect that these congruencies have on advertising has also been studied.
The investigation of congruency between the projected and perceived image will be processed in three steps as follows:
We also study the underlying mechanism of the potential effects of emotion congruency on persuasion.
At the same time, there is a need for the Palestinians to study the history of the Jewish people and the Zionist movement from a critical, Palestinian point of view that is detached from what Zionism narrates of itself to achieve inner reconciliation and congruency.
There were a number of companies with very compelling business models being launched such as Congruency, the early pioneer and leader of the communication ASP movement.
The main proposition of the MML is that, to a large degree, group performance and member satisfaction are dependent upon the congruency of required, preferred, and perceived leader behaviors.
Taking an interdisciplinary approach to all stages of the design cycle, the authors introduce the theoretical basis and computational paradigms for nanocomputing structures based on congruency between data structure computational properties and the physical/biochemical properties of nano- and molecular technology.
It's important to monitor your customer's body language and look for congruency between words, posture, movement and tone of voice.
Phase congruency algorithm is described as a dimensionless quantity that provides the information that does not change with image contrast and this is used to determine the principal magnitudes of moments of phase congruency.
The congruency of the DRUJ is maintained by a connection between the distal radius and the distal ulna.
Thus, franchise business success occurs when companies have goal congruency, planning transparency and franchise engagement.
There is a strong congruency between the results from the 1996 census and the 1998 DHS, which is all the more robust given that the results from the DHS are averaged 3-year rates, and are centred almost exactly on the census date.