correlator
noun see correlate II

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Optical correlator — An optical correlator is a device for comparing two signals by utilising the Fourier transforming properties of a lens.[1] It is commonly used in optics for target tracking and identification. Contents 1 Introduction 2 Implementation …   Wikipedia

  • Leak noise correlator — A leak noise correlator is an electronic device used for leak detection and as a leak locator to find leaks in pressurized water or gas lines. Typically, a microphone, acoustic sound sensor, or accelerometer is placed at two or more places in… …   Wikipedia

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  • Event Correlation — is a technique for making sense of a large number of events and pinpointing the few events that are really important in that mass of information. It has been notably used in Telecommunications and Industrial Process Control since the 1970s, in… …   Wikipedia

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