correlativity

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n correlativity a reciprocal relation between two or more things
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n correlativity The character or state of being correlative; correlativeness.
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Usage

In literature:

They are correlative and complementary expressions for the same reality.
"Evolution Of The Japanese, Social And Psychic" by Sidney L. Gulick
In the monads, the versatility, rapidity, and power of movement are always correlated with the number of these.
"Scientific American Supplement, Vol. XIX, No. 470, Jan. 3, 1885" by Various
There had been no leading, no correlation, no plan.
"Mr. Britling Sees It Through" by H. G. Wells
In several ways the correlation of the musician with the non-musical world is now more intimate and conscious than ever before.
"Recent Developments in European Thought" by Various
In the mind of China, wealth is the correlative of strength.
"The Awakening of China" by W.A.P. Martin
I have a theory that any physical defect has its correlative mental and moral defect.
"Famous Modern Ghost Stories" by Various
However, the laboratory psychologists nowadays have gone far beyond such superficial claims for correlations of symptoms.
"Psychology and Industrial Efficiency" by Hugo Münsterberg
You don't give the correlative.
"Memories and Anecdotes" by Kate Sanborn
He is the correlative of Heaven, or rather Heaven itself.
"Myths and Legends of China" by E. T. C. Werner
These latter too have their properties which are also correlated to each other.
"The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1"
The relation being stated, the correlative duty arises at once.
"The Religions of Japan" by William Elliot Griffis
No attempt is made to correlate home and school work.
"Vocational Guidance for Girls" by Marguerite Stockman Dickson
Perhaps even painting may be referred to it, space being the correlative of time, and color the correlative of tone.
"The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce, Volume 8" by Ambrose Bierce
To expiate robbery by death, and to expiate murder by the payment of a fine, are correlative ideas.
"The History of Freedom" by John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton
The correlation is shown in defects.
"The Voice of Science in Nineteenth-Century Literature" by Various
Here we have a direct relationship, and one which at first sight appears to be exclusive of cross-correlation.
"Territory in Bird Life" by H. Eliot Howard
The word "cause" is correlative to "effect.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 5" by Various
Help and hindrance, stimulation and inhibition, success and failure mean specifically different modes of correlation.
"Creative Intelligence" by John Dewey, Addison W. Moore, Harold Chapman Brown, George H. Mead, Boyd H. Bode, Henry Waldgrave, Stuart James, Hayden Tufts, Horace M. Kallen
An understanding of the latter set of data was facilitated by correlating it with the growth records of marked individuals.
"Life History and Ecology of the Five-lined Skink, Eumeces fasciatus" by Henry S. Fitch
In China there exists a peculiarly close correlation between the two.
"Government in Republican China" by Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger
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In poetry:

In child-way her heart's eye did see
The correlation's node:
"Yes," she said, "God takes care o' me,
An' I take care o' God."
"Reciprocity" by George MacDonald

In news:

Age and undervotes correlated , paper finds.
UK Study Shows Correlation with Pseudoephedrine Sales and Meth Production.
The beer and voting booth correlation that might surprise you.
So it seems the fear of correlations was formalized—made into a turn of phrase, I mean—at around the time that correlations came into formal being.
Beware of spurious correlations , I know.
Debate rages over hip hop's correlation with crime.
In practice, correlations are almost always somewhere between +1.0 and -1.0.
There has been no greater correlation to the team's success this season than Robbie Keane's trademark goal celebration of a cartwheel and forward roll.
When we started using the Z-View Aberrometer, we saw that, in most cases, our refraction , autorefractor and wavefront readings all correlated.
Bush renomination of Stickler, Correll an insult to coal families, UMWA says.
Assets with high correlations tend to move in tandem, which make it harder for active managers to harvest the winners.
Differences don't necessarily correlate with skin color, but rather with geography and climate.
Bush renomination of Stickler , Correll an insult to coal families, UMWA says.
"As sunspot numbers increase, it seems to correlate to a warming of the global climate, and then as sunspot activity decreases there seems to be a general cooling," said Dr Mark Giampapa, the Deputy Director at the National Solar Observatory.
They videotaped the waves they surfed there also, so later they could correlate the video and the velocity data and check their speed at specific points on a wave.
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In science:

We note that correlation of local statistics arises naturally from correlation of expression among genes. A simulation study based on a real microarray data set exhibits the extreme anti-conservative behavior of Class 1 tests in the presence of realistic levels of correlation in expression.
A statistical framework for testing functional categories in microarray data
Like both Pearson’s correlation coefficients and Spearman’s rank correlation coefficients, the quotient correlation coefficients and the rank based quotient correlation coefficients measure the level of agreement between two random variables.
Quotient correlation: A sample based alternative to Pearson's correlation
Another issue that needs careful treatment is the question of correlation among different measurements, e.g. due to using the same theory for calculating acceptances. A common practice is to set the correlation coefficient to unity to indicate full correlation.
Averages of b-hadron and c-hadron Properties at the End of 2007
For the case of pion-pion correlations, the extracted free correlation function is almost identical with the actual correlation function of non-interaction particles.
Test of Bowler-Sinyukov Treatment of Coulomb Interaction
We calculated the correlation of gene expression patterns between each pair of individuals and used these correlations as a distance metric for clustering (distance = 1− correlation).
Bayesian testing of many hypotheses $\times$ many genes: A study of sleep apnea
This function evidences three parameters that characterize the (isotropic) stochastic field: the amplitude Φ = pE (0, 0), the correlation time τ c , which is the decay time of the Eulerian correlation and the correlation length λc , which is the characteristic decay distance.
Trapping, anomalous transport and quasi-coherent structures in magnetically confined plasmas
To implement conditional preparation requires two correlated states, however this correlation need not be entanglement—classical correlations can be suffcient.
Conditions for Factorizable Output From a Beam splitter
Packet-Peak correlation Packet-Peak correlation is a method to assess the use of the OBT as a way to correlate packets to events occurring in different time lines.
A systematic approach to the Planck LFI end-to-end test and its application to the DPC Level 1 pipeline
Later in this review, when we use this correlator to estimate the correlations between shapes, we take the ratio between the smallest and largest k to be 2/800, close to that in WMAP. A more precise correlator should be computed in the l-space in the same way that the estimator is constructed.
Primordial Non-Gaussianities from Inflation Models
Note that there obviously have to be entangled states, which do not violate any Bell inequality, since these represent an upper bound to correlations and do not distinguish between classical correlations (which result from mixing of pure product states) and quantum correlations.
Quantum Entanglement and Geometry
Although new effects from correlations are most pronounced in the regime of strong correlations Γ ≪ U , interesting quantum fluctuation effects already start to become visible in the regime of moderate correlations Γ ∼ U , where perturbative and mean-field theories are often not yet applicable.
Charge transport through single molecules, quantum dots, and quantum wires
To model the counts in correlated fields, we use a standard Cholesky decomposition technique to instill the distribution of galaxy overdensities with the correlation matrix Σ, and then Poisson-sample the correlated distribution to generate the counts in each field.
A Method for Measuring the Bias of High-Redshift Galaxies from Cosmic Variance
That is, it seems from these results that, in terms of average accuracy, it is more important to make effective use of low-order correlations from all available SNPs that are correlated with the target untyped SNP than to take account of unusual higher-order correlations that may occasionally exist.
Using linear predictors to impute allele frequencies from summary or pooled genotype data
We searched for the largest marginal probability P (a|x) numerically among all possible quantum correlations, i.e. correlations that can be achieved by measuring a quantum state, as well as among all no-signaling correlations, denoting this largest quantity by P ∗ (A|X ).
Various quantum nonlocality tests with a simple 2-photon entanglement source
The second canonical correlation λ2 is the largest correlation coefficient between linear combinations of ¯X and u that are uncorrelated with the linear combinations corresponding to the first canonical correlation.
Tests for multivariate normality based on canonical correlations
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