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  • 141Occupancy frequency distribution — In macroecology and community ecology, an occupancy frequency distribution (OFD) is the distribution of the numbers of species occupying different numbers of areas.[1] It was first reported in 1918 by the Danish botanist Christen C. Raunkiær in… …

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  • 142HEBREW LANGUAGE — This entry is arranged according to the following scheme: pre biblical biblical the dead sea scrolls mishnaic medieval modern period A detailed table of contents precedes each section. PRE BIBLICAL nature of the evidence the sources phonology… …

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  • 143Mandelbrot set — Initial image of a Mandelbrot set zoom sequence with a continuously coloured environment …

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  • 144Magic (paranormal) — For related ideas, see Magic (disambiguation). Magia redirects here. For other uses, see Magia (disambiguation). Magical redirects here. For the song, see Magical (song). Circe Offering the Cup to Ulysses by John William Waterhouse Magic …

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  • 145Kin selection — From the time of antiquity field biologists have observed that some organisms tend to exhibit strategies that favor the reproductive success of their relatives, even at a cost to their own survival and/or reproduction. The classic example is a… …

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  • 146History of the Kurdish people — This article is part of the Kurdish history and Culture series Ancient history Corduene Kayusid Medieval history Shahrazur Shaddadid Rawadid Hasanwayhid Annazid Marwanid Hadhabani Hazaraspid Ayyubid Badlis Ardalan …

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  • 147Mimicry — For other uses, see Mimic (disambiguation). Plate from Henry Walter Bates (1862) illustrating Batesian mimicry between Dismorphia species (top row, third row) and various Ithomiini (Nymphalidae, second row, bottom row) In …

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  • 148Protein family — A protein family is a group of evolutionarily related proteins, and is often nearly synonymous with gene family. The term protein family should not be confused with family as it is used in taxonomy.Proteins in a family descend from a common… …

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  • 149Chemical database — A chemical database is a database specifically designed to store chemical information. This information is about chemical and crystal structures, spectra, reactions and syntheses, and thermophysical data. Contents 1 Types of chemical databases… …

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  • 150Automatic summarization — is the creation of a shortened version of a text by a computer program. The product of this procedure still contains the most important points of the original text. The phenomenon of information overload has meant that access to coherent and… …

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  • 151Onomasiology — (from Greek: ὀνομάζω (onomāzο) to name, which in turn is from ὀνομα name) is a branch of linguistics concerned with the question how do you express X? It is in fact most commonly understood as a branch of lexicology, the study of words (although… …

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  • 152Uncertainty reduction theory — was introduced in 1975 in a paper entitled Some Exploration in Initial Interaction and Beyond: Toward a Developmental Theory of Interpersonal Communication . This theory, a collaborative effort of Charles R. Berger and Richard J. Calabrese, was… …

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  • 153Blast wave — A blast wave in fluid dynamics is the pressure and flow resulting from the deposition of a large amount of energy in a small very localised volume. The flow field can be approximated as a lead shock wave, followed by a self similar subsonic flow… …

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  • 154Semantic relatedness — Computational Measures of Semantic Relatedness are [http://cwl projects.cogsci.rpi.edu/msr/ publically available] means for approximating the relative meaning of words/documents. These have been used for essay grading by the Educational Testing… …

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  • 155Dot plot (bioinformatics) — This article is about the biological sequences comparison plot. For the statistical plot, see Dot plot (statistics). A dot plot (a.k.a. contact plot or residue contact map) is a graphical method that allows the comparison of two biological… …

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  • 156Plagiarism detection — refers to the process of locating instances of plagiarism within a work or document. The widespread use of computers and the advent of the Internet has made it easier to plagiarize the work of others. Most cases of plagiarism are found in… …

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  • 157Молекулярное подобие — Понятие молекулярного подобия (или химического подобия, chemical similarity) является одной из ключевых концепций хемоинформатики [1][2]. Оно играет важную роль в современных подходах к прогнозированию свойств химических соединений, дизайну новых …

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  • 158analogy — /euh nal euh jee/, n., pl. analogies. 1. a similarity between like features of two things, on which a comparison may be based: the analogy between the heart and a pump. 2. similarity or comparability: I see no analogy between your problem and… …

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  • 159Quantitative comparative linguistics — is a branch of comparative linguistics that applies mathematical models to the problem of classifying language relatedness. This includes the use of computational phylogenetics and cladistics to define an optimal tree (or network) to represent a… …

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  • 160Walter Burley, Peter Aureoli and Gregory of Rimini — Stephen Brown THE END OF THE GREAT ERA Immediately after the glorious age of Bonaventure and Thomas Aquinas, the University of Paris, as we have seen, had a number of outstanding teachers. Henry of Ghent, following in the path of Bonaventure, was …

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