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a Gestalt principle of organization holding that (other things being equal) parts of a stimulus field that are similar to each other tend to be perceived as belonging together as a unit

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Amid reports that the film has striking similarities with Secret Ballot, director-producer Anurag Kashyap came forward in support of Masurkar and reached out to Payami and film's producer Marco Muller to get their opinion.
36) Indirect proof of copying usually consists of proving that the defendant had access to the original work, and that the similarities between the original and the accused work are suspicious enough to conclude that the defendant copied.
The organization has recently completed an investigation and has reported that the technical similarities between the two songs are enough for Kaya's widow, GE-lten Kaya, to start legal proceedings, according to a report by the Haber TE-rk daily.
Analysis of the entire range of minimal values of similarities [0.
Finally, previous researchers have shown that cross-national similarities as well as differences existed in media coverage of the shooting incident that was the topic of our study (Kwon & Moon, 2009; Lee, Shim, & Shim, 2008).
Having dissected the alleged similarities and considered the range of possible expression, the court must define the scope of the plaintiff's copyright--that is, decide whether the work is entitled to "broad" or "thin" protection.
Seven items measured perceived similarities between participants and gay men regarding emotions, needs, wishes, intimate relationships, friendships, professional relationships, as well as a general assessment of similarity ("To what extent do you think you are similar to gay men with regard to each of the following aspects?
5 proposes the association of only the most similar terms in two documents by summing up their similarities (weighted by the inverse document frequency idf).
Probably, the row over similarities is because Indu starts her political campaign in crisp cotton saris.
Of course, we can follow such philosophers as Anton Marty (1908:407), according to whom there are two kinds of similarities, both derived from identity: partial identity of complexes and close species of the same genus--but there is also the opposite point of view of such philosophers as Fritz Mauthner, for whom similarity is the more basic concept.
There are many non-trivial similarities and, consequently, non-trivial sets with similarity, such as reflexive sets and bounded metric spaces.
This issue is important because prior research suggests that similarities accentuate the positive characteristics and dissimilarities accentuate the negative characteristics of a dyadic relationship (Tsui et al.
The team has some high-tech tools that also help identify vandals, including a database that tracks similarities in scrawls even if a tagger changes his moniker.
This common denominator helps to understand many other similarities between secularism and Islam.
Inha1 demonstrated 16S rRNA sequence similarities of 95.