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Distribution of usage frequency for the most common synonyms of the noun co-occurrence:
Definition of the noun co-occurrence
What does co-occurrence mean as a name of something?
- an event or situation that happens at the same time as or in connection with another
- lexical domain: Natural Events - nouns denoting natural events
- synonyms of co-occurrence: accompaniment / attendant / concomitant
- more generic terms: happening / natural event / occurrence / occurrent = an event that happens
- more specific words:
- the temporal property of two things happening at the same time
- lexical domain: Attributes - nouns denoting attributes of people and objects
- synonyms of co-occurrence: coincidence / concurrence / conjunction
- more generic words: simultaneity / simultaneousness = happening or existing or done at the same time
- more specific words:
Alternative definition of the noun co-occurrence
- [uncountable] The fact of a thing occurring simultaneously with something else; correlation.
- [countable] An instance of a thing occurring simultaneously with something else; co-incidence.
Co-occurrence or cooccurrence is a linguistics term that can either mean concurrence / coincidence or, in a more specific sense, the above-chance frequent occurrence of two terms from a text corpus alongside each other in a certain order. Co-occurrence in this linguistic sense can be interpreted as an indicator of semantic proximity or an idiomatic expression. In contrast to collocation, co-occurrence assumes interdependency of the two terms. A co-occurrence restriction is identified when linguistic elements never occur together. Analysis of these restrictions can lead to discoveries about the structure and development of a language.
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by Gary L. Fisher, Nancy A. Roget
Specifically, it has been proposed that a common heritable factor, labeled “ externalizing,” underlies the co-occurrence of disorders characterized by substance use, antisociality, and general disinhibition. The externalizing factor has also been ...
Third International EAMT Workshop, Heidelberg, Germany, April 26-28, 1993. Proceedings by Petra Steffens
The co-occurrence of lexemes in the topmost example is determined by semantic ...
Encyclopedia of Multimedia (2008)
by Borko Furht
Face sequence extraction Video caption recognition Name extraction Face-name association (Co-occurrence evaluation) Face-to-name retrieval Name-to-face retrieval Face detection Face tracing Text detection character recognition ...
by Bonnie S. Fisher, Steven P. Lab
co-occurrence of victimization is important to study; it is relevant for understanding all victimization experiences and for treating victims. Etiologically, it is important to recognize how and under what circumstances one type of ...
Encyclopedia of GIS (2008)
by Shashi Shekhar, Hui Xiong
Cross References >• Patterns, Complex >• Retrieval Algorithms, Spatial Synonyms Co-location rule finding; Co-location mining; Co-location rule mining; Co-location rule discovery; Co-occurrence; Spatial association; Spatial association ...
Ontology and the Lexicon (2010)
A Natural Language Processing Perspective by Chu-ren Huang
Only co-occurrence statistics for concept terms and verbs ...
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