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Definition of the noun Cooccurrence
What does Cooccurrence mean as a name of something?
- [uncountable] The fact of a thing occurring simultaneously with something else; correlation.
- [countable] An instance of a thing occurring simultaneously with something else; coincidence.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Cooccurrence
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High-Level Data Fusion (2008)
by Subrata Das
For example, word cooccurrence is a commonly used feature ...
Developmental Processes in Real and Artificial Neural Networks by Philip T. Quinlan
Global lexical cooccurrence is a measure of a word's total contextual history— what words occur before and after a given word, and how frequently. In this perspective, the semantics of a word can be represented as a vector that encodes the ...
Popular Culture (2012)
Introductory Perspectives by Marcel Danesi
Cooccurrence is a structural feature of all meaning-bearing systems. The most severe attack on structuralism has revolved around the notion ...
by I. Dan Melamed
Cooccurrence is a precondition for the possibility that two tokens might be mutual translations. Models of co-occurrence are the glue that binds methods for mapping bitext correspondence and methods for estimating translation models into an ...
by R.L. Trask
feature cooccurrence restriction 102 example is the feature [PLURAL] in English, which can only have the values [—] and [+], representing singular and plural number respectively. A feature which has more than two possible values is said to ...
by R.L. Trask
See feature cooccurrence restriction. feature /'fıːtʃə/ n. See distinctive feature. feature bundle /'bʌndəl/ n. See feature matrix. feature coefficient/kəʊı'fıʃənt/ n. ( also Greek letter variable) Any of the Greek letters α, β, etc., used as variables in ...
by J. Rooryck, Laurie Zaring
There areofcourse other constraints which playarolein the cooccurrence relationships between derivational affixes andstems. Phonological conditions imposecontextual restrictions such asthe impossibility foran adjective ending ...
by D. C. Phillips
Therefore, insight learning can be contrasted with associationbased empiricist philosophies and behaviorist theories that propose that all learning occurs gradually through the repetitive cooccurrence of external stimuli. A useful way to ...
An Encyclopedia of Language (2002)
by N.E. Collinge
Cooccurrence restrictions involving descriptive meaning are dependent on grammatical structure. For instance, a transitive verb willtypically imposedifferent constraints on its subject andobject; hear, for instance,demandsan animatesubject, ...
by Larry Trask
cooccurrence The relation between two linguistic objects which are both present in the same syllable, morpheme, word, phrase or sentence. cooccurrence restriction Any limitation on the ability of linguistic objects to ...
by Patricia J. Brooks, Vera Kempe
Therefore, temporal contiguityor the simple cooccurrence of word and referent cannot be the answer. On the other hand, perhaps, the task of picking out aparticular word froman utterance is easier than detecting an object from thevisual scene.
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Video shows what cooccurrence means. The fact of a thing occurring simultaneously with something else, correlation.. An instance of a thing occurring ...
Scrabble value of C3O1O1C3C3U1R1R1E1N1C3E1
The value of this 12-letter word is 20 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.