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  • 41con|ti|gu|i|ty — «KON tuh GYOO uh tee», noun, plural ties. 1. a being very close together; nearness: »The contiguity of the house and garage was a convenience in bad weather. SYNONYM(S): proximity, adjacency. 2. contact: »The candidate s contiguity with the… …

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  • 44Causality (physics) — Causality [Green, Celia (2003). The Lost Cause: Causation and the Mind Body Problem . Oxford: Oxford Forum. ISBN 0 9536772 1 4. Includes three chapters on causality at the microlevel in physics.] [Bunge, Mario (1959). Causality: the place of the… …

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  • 48Edwin Ray Guthrie — (9 January 1886, Lincoln, Nebraska 23 April 1959, Seattle, Washington) was an American behavioral psychologist. Educated at the University of Nebraska and the University of Pennsylvania, he played an important role in the development of the… …

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  • 49Island of Palmas Case — (Scott, Hague Court Reports 2d 83 (1932), (Perm. Ct. Arb. 1928), 2 U.N. Rep. Intl. Arb. Awards 829), was a case involving a territorial dispute over the Island of Palmas (or Miangas) between the Netherlands and the United States which was heard …

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  • 50File system fragmentation — In computing, file system fragmentation, sometimes called file system aging, is the inability of a file system to lay out related data sequentially (contiguously), an inherent phenomenon in storage backed file systems that allow in place… …

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  • 51GeoDA — is a free software package that conducts spatial data analysis, geovisualization, spatial autocorrelation and spatial modeling. The package was developed by the Spatial Analysis Laboratory of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign under… …

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  • 52History of German settlement in Eastern Europe — The presence of German speaking populations in Central and Eastern Europe is rooted in centuries of history, that of the independent German states (particularly Prussia), and later German Empire but also Austria Hungary, Poland, and other multi… …

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  • 53Multiple trace theory — (MTT) is a memory consolidation model advanced as an alternative model to strength theory. It posits that each time some information is presented to a person, it is neurally encoded in a unique memory trace composed of a combination of its… …

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  • 54Geary's C — is a measure of spatial autocorrelation. Like autocorrelation, spatial autocorrelation means that adjacent observations of the same phenomenon are correlated. However, autocorrelation is about proximity in time. Spatial autocorrelation is about… …

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  • 55Echographies of Television — Echographies of Television: Filmed Interviews (French: Échographies de la télévision. Entretiens filmés ) is a book by Jacques Derrida and Bernard Stiegler. It was originally published in France in 1996, by Éditions Galilée. The English… …

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  • 57Lewis Fry Richardson — (* 11. Oktober 1881 in Newcastle upon Tyne; † 30. September 1953 in Kilmun, Argyll) war ein britischer Meteorologe und Friedensforscher. Er berechnete die erste Wettervorhersage, und auch wen …

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  • 58causation — causational, adj. /kaw zay sheuhn/, n. 1. the action of causing or producing. 2. the relation of cause to effect; causality. 3. anything that produces an effect; cause. [1640 50; < ML causation (s. of causatio), equiv. to causat(us) (ptp. of&#8230; …

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  • 59Guthrie, Edwin Ray — ▪ American psychologist born January 9, 1886, Lincoln, Neb., U.S. died April 23, 1959, Seattle, Wash.       American psychologist who played a major role in the development of the contiguity theory of (contiguity, theory of) learning, a classical …

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  • 60law — 1. A principle or rule. 2. A statement of fact detailing a sequence or relation of phenomena that is invariable under given conditions. SEE ALSO: principle, rule, theorem. [A.S. lagu] Alexander l. states that a jerky nystagmus becomes worse when&#8230; …

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