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  • 121Magnesium transporter — This page links directly from the magnesium in biological systems page. Magnesium transporters are proteins that transport magnesium across the cell membrane. All forms of life require magnesium, yet the molecular mechanisms of Mg2+ uptake from… …

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  • 122Analogy — is both the cognitive process of transferring information from a particular subject (the analogue or source) to another particular subject (the target), and a linguistic expression corresponding to such a process. In a narrower sense, analogy is… …

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  • 123Cluster analysis — The result of a cluster analysis shown as the coloring of the squares into three clusters. Cluster analysis or clustering is the task of assigning a set of objects into groups (called clusters) so that the objects in the same cluster are more… …

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  • 124Association of Ideas — Association of Ideas, or Mental association, is a term used principally in the history of philosophy and of psychology to refer to explanations about the conditions under which representations arise in consciousness, and also for a principle put… …

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  • 125Magnesium transporters — This page links directly from the magnesium in biological systems page. All forms of life require magnesium, and yet the molecular mechanisms of Mg2+ uptake from the environment and the distribution (transport) of this vital element within the… …

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  • 126Categorical perception — is the perception of different sensory phenomena as being qualitatively,or categorically, different. It is opposed to continuous perception , the perception of different sensory phenomena as being located on a smooth continuum.Categorical… …

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  • 127Nearest neighbor search — (NNS), also known as proximity search, similarity search or closest point search, is an optimization problem for finding closest points in metric spaces. The problem is: given a set S of points in a metric space M and a query point… …

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  • 128FASTA — is a DNA and Protein sequence alignment software package first described (as FASTP) by David J. Lipman and William R. Pearson in 1985 in the article [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve db=pubmed dopt=Abstract list… …

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  • 129Similitude (model) — For other uses, see Similitude (disambiguation). A full scale X 43 Wind tunnel test. The test is designed to have dynamic similitude with the real application to ensure valid results. Similitude is a concept applicable to the testing of… …

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  • 130Earthquake engineering — is the study of the behavior of buildings and structures subject to seismic loading. It is a subset of both structural and civil engineering.The main objectives of earthquake engineering are: * Understand the interaction between buildings or… …

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  • 131Plasma scaling — The parameters of plasmas, including their spatial and temporal extent, vary by many orders of magnitude. Nevertheless, there are significant similarities in the behaviors of apparently disparate plasmas. It is not only of theoretical interest to …

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  • 132Varieties of Chinese — Chinese Geographic distribution: mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore and other areas with historic immigration from China. Linguistic classification: Sino Tibetan Sinitic …

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  • 133Similar matrix — In linear algebra, two n by n matrices A and B over the field K are called similar if there exists an invertible n by n matrix P over K such that:! P^{ 1} A P = BOne of the meanings of the term similarity transformation is such a transformation… …

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  • 134Long-range dependency — A self similar phenomenon behaves the same when viewed at different degrees of magnification, or different scales on a dimension (space or time). Self similar processes can be described using heavy tailed distributions, also known as long tailed… …

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  • 135Jaccard index — The Jaccard index, also known as the Jaccard similarity coefficient (originally coined coefficient de communauté by Paul Jaccard), is a statistic used for comparing the similarity and diversity of sample sets.The Jaccard coefficient measures… …

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  • 136Ontology alignment — Ontology alignment, or ontology matching, is the process of determining correspondences between concepts. A set of correspondences is also called an alignment. The phrase takes on a slightly different meaning, in computer science, cognitive… …

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  • 137Michael M. Richter — (* June 21, 1938 in Berlin) is a German mathematician and computer scientist. Richter is well known for his career in mathematical logic, in particular non standard analysis, and in artificial intelligence, in particular in knowledge based… …

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  • 138homology — /heuh mol euh jee, hoh /, n., pl. homologies. 1. the state of being homologous; homologous relation or correspondence. 2. Biol. a. a fundamental similarity based on common descent. b. a structural similarity of two segments of one animal based on …

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  • 139Evolution —     Evolution (History and Scientific Foundation)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Evolution (History and Scientific Foundation)     The world of organisms comprises a great system of individual forms generally classified according to structural… …

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  • 140DiShIn — (Disjunctive Shared Information) is a method for exploitation of multiple inheritance when calculating the shared information content between two ontology concepts being compared by node based semantic similarity measures. DiShIn re defines the… …

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