co-occurrence


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Synonyms for co-occurrence

an event or situation that happens at the same time as or in connection with another

the temporal property of two things happening at the same time

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Gray level co-occurrence matrix stands for repetition patterns over the analyzed image.
The co-occurrence network was then visualized by Circos[15] with the nodes denoting the genera, and connections representing the existence of correlation meeting a given criteria.
This issue of Alcohol Research: Current Reviews examines the current literature on the prevalence, diagnoses, causes, and risk factors of AUD and PTSD, their co-occurrence, and treatment for individuals facing both conditions.
Mutual exclusivity and co-occurrence analysis of C-terminus of the centromere-associated protein E and FA genes, including complementation group A from 26 studies of The Cancer Genome Atlas data (total samples: 9377) Gene A Gene B Neither Not BA B Not A BOTH Log OR p value CENPE FANCA 6412 161 196 22 1.497 <0.001 Tendency Result Co-occurrence Significant CENPE: Centrosome-associated Protein E; FANCA: Fanconi Anemia genes, including Complementation group A ; OR: odds ratio
An international team of paleontologists and other geoscientists has discovered the first North American co-occurrence of hadrosaur and therizinosaur tracks in the lower Cantwell Formation within Denali National Park, suggesting that an aspect of the continental ecosystem of central Asia was also present in this part of Alaska during the Late Cretaceous.
The present paper employs co-occurrence network analysis to examine the evolution, current trend and research gaps in respect of disciplines engaging in global IL research and practice as well as intellectual base of IL publications.
He emphasizes, however, that easing direct conflicts between humans and animals is only a first step."We should be careful not to confuse co-occurrence or co-persistence with coexistence," he says."Just because humans are living with animals doesn't mean that either is doing particularly well." Ironically, our earliest mammalian ancestors may have gambled on nocturnality, too.
The aim of this study is to present results of innovative contrastive analyses performed on the basis of lexical co-occurrence in large quantities of text.
In the introduced study, the goal is to psoriatic the psoriasis CAD a system utilizing distinctive different feature sets, i.e., texture features with two algorithms, 30 Color Co-occurrence Matrix (CCM) and 216 Local Binary Pattern (LBP) and 256 Colour Histogram feature.
THURSDAY, April 5, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Co-occurrence of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is common in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and children with both conditions have a higher risk of anxiety and mood disorders, according to a study published in the April issue of Pediatrics.
This paper proposes a stepwise Bayesian network algorithm for retrieving remote sensing images, aim to address these problems; the schema combines co-occurrence region-based Bayesian network image retrieval with average high-frequency signal strength, and adopts integrated region matching for iterative retrieval, thereby efficiently improving the precision of semantic retrieval and significantly reducing the retrieval time.
The analysis of association between Denver II and ASPAC data (independent of auditory ability), presented a co-occurrence equal to 76.06% between normal ASPAC and normal Denver II; however, there was a co-occurrence of only 25.86% between altered ASPAC and Denver II risk.
This is not a book for the faint-hearted, as the reader must get accustomed to acronyms such as CPSD ("Co-occurrence percentage surrounds discrepancy"), which is explained as "a calculated value giving the quantified difference between a CP [= "Co-occurrence percentage"] value and the CP values surrounding it in a table of CP values" (p.