# Pearson correlation coefficient

• 1 Pearson

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* coeficiente de correlación de Pearson = .
* correlación de Pearson = .
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* coeficiente de correlación de Pearson = Pearson correlation coefficient.
* correlación de Pearson = Pearson's correlation.
• 2 coeficiente de correlación de Pearson

Ex. The Pearson correlation coefficient has been calculated to find out the correlation and to test the null hypothesis that there is no correlation among publishing in journals, citing from journals and use of journals by a defined set of researchers.
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Ex: The Pearson correlation coefficient has been calculated to find out the correlation and to test the null hypothesis that there is no correlation among publishing in journals, citing from journals and use of journals by a defined set of researchers.

• 3 coeficiente

m.
1 rate.
coeficiente intelectual o de inteligencia IQ
2 coefficient, measure.
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1 MATEMÁTICAS coefficient
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coeficiente de inteligencia intelligence quotient, IQ
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SM (Mat) coefficient; (Econ) rate; (Med) degree

coeficiente de inteligencia — intelligence quotient, IQ

coeficiente intelectual, coeficiente mental — intelligence quotient, IQ

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(Mat) coefficient
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= quotient, coefficient.
Ex. One reads, for instance, that a parameter in assessing the maximum period a user can be kept waiting is the 'aggravation quotient'.
Ex. The coefficients of eigenvectors associated with the largest eigenvalue provide the basis for sequencing atoms which are ordered according to the relative magnitudes of the coefficients.
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* coeficiente de correlación = .
* coeficiente de correlación de Pearson = .
* coeficiente de exhaustividad = coefficient of recall, recall ratio.
* coeficiente de inteligencia = .
* coeficiente de irrelevancia = .
* coeficiente de la correlación de los cosenos = .
* coeficiente de pertinencia = precision ratio, relevance rating, relevance ranking.
* coeficiente de precisión = .
* coeficiente de referencia conjunta = .
* coeficiente de similitud = .
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(Mat) coefficient
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= quotient, coefficient.

Ex: One reads, for instance, that a parameter in assessing the maximum period a user can be kept waiting is the 'aggravation quotient'.

Ex: The coefficients of eigenvectors associated with the largest eigenvalue provide the basis for sequencing atoms which are ordered according to the relative magnitudes of the coefficients.
* coeficiente de correlación = correlation coefficient.
* coeficiente de correlación de Pearson = Pearson correlation coefficient.
* coeficiente de exhaustividad = coefficient of recall, recall ratio.
* coeficiente de inteligencia = IQ (intelligence quotient).
* coeficiente de irrelevancia = fallout ratio.
* coeficiente de la correlación de los cosenos = cosine correlation coefficient.
* coeficiente de pertinencia = precision ratio, relevance rating, relevance ranking.
* coeficiente de precisión = coefficient of precision.
* coeficiente de referencia conjunta = cocitation strength.
* coeficiente de similitud = similarity measure.

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( Mat) coefficient
Compuestos:
amortization rate
cash ratio, liquidity ratio
capital to debt ratio
rate of increase
drag coefficient
IQ, intelligence quotient
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coeficiente sustantivo masculino (Mat) coefficient;
coeficiente intelectual or de inteligencia IQ,
coeficiente sustantivo masculino
1 Mat coefficient
3 coeficiente intelectual, intelligence quotient
' coeficiente' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
índice
English:
coefficient
- IQ
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1. [índice] rate
cash ratio;
goal difference;
intelligence quotient, IQ;
intelligence quotient, IQ;
liquidity ratio
2. Mat & Fís coefficient
coefficient of expansion
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m coefficient
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1) : coefficient
2)
: IQ, intelligence quotient
• 4 concreto

1 concrete, definite, particular, specific.
2 concrete, physical, non-abstract.
m.
1 concrete.
2 concrete noun.
pres.indicat.
1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: concretar.
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1 (real) concrete, real
2 (particular) particular, specific
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en concreto (en particular) in particular, specifically 2 (exactamente) exactly
en el caso concreto de... in the particular case of...
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(f. - concreta)
1)
2)
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1) (=específico) [medida, propuesta] specific, concrete; [hecho, resultado] specific; [fecha, hora] definite, particular
2) (=no abstracto) concrete
3)

en concreto —

a) [con verbos]

nos referimos, en concreto, al abuso del alcohol — we are referring specifically to alcohol abuse

he viajado mucho por África, en concreto, por Kenia y Tanzania — I've travelled a lot in Africa, specifically in Kenya and Tanzania o in Kenya and Tanzania to be precise

¿qué dijo en concreto? — what exactly did he say?

b) [con sustantivos]

¿busca algún libro en concreto? — are you looking for a particular o specific book?, are you looking for any book in particular?

no se ha decidido nada en concretonothing definite o specific has been decided

2.
SM (=hormigón) concrete
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a) ( específico) <política/acusación> concrete, specific; <motivo/ejemplo/pregunta> specific; <fecha/hora> definite; < lugar> specific, particular

quiero saber, en concreto, cuánto cuesta — what I want to know specifically is how much it costs

una conferencia sobre historia, en concreto, el siglo XV — a lecture on history, the XV century to be precise

b) ( no abstracto) concrete
II
(AmL) concrete
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= definite, fine [finer -comp., finest -sup.], given, individual, one, specific, specified, single, particular, defined, concrete, designated, circumscribed, targeted, coextensive [co-extensive], narrowly focused.
Ex. I don't see that we are going to stand a chance unless there is something very definite coming out of this conference and similar conferences where these ideas are advanced.
Ex. A longer abstract can help in the finer points of selection, but will take longer to write and also longer to scan.
Ex. The notation for any given geographical division varies between classes and between different parts of the same classes.
Ex. The series area includes the series title, an indication of the responsibility for the series (often series editors), and the number of the individual work within the series, if the work is one of a numbered series.
Ex. Note the different definitions, and the different boundaries for this one subject area.
Ex. Various publishers have reputations for specific styles, subject areas or works for specific audiences.
Ex. If access is limited to certain specified times, the term 'off-line' is applied.
Ex. In other words, the elements of any single case may point to several concepts; in this sense, the cases are like icebergs -- more is hidden han appears on the surface.
Ex. It is possible to identify an item uniquely within a particular institution or agency by a running accession number.
Ex. The Pearson correlation coefficient has been calculated to find out the correlation and to test the null hypothesis that there is no correlation among publishing in journals, citing from journals and use of journals by a defined set of researchers.
Ex. The second exercise in this course was to outline priorities in library services which had to be concrete, describable and achievable.
Ex. It is tremendously valuable to library staff (particularly in libraries with a designated departmental structure) to maintain close professional ties with local academic departments.
Ex. Library and Information Plans (LIP) are 5-year management plans for information provision in a circumscribed region.
Ex. Threats to the integrity of science include interest in paranormal phenomena, sensationalism of science and pressure for targeted research.
Ex. Bibliographies in general are also retrieval devices; the difference here is that the bibliography is not coextensive with the stock of the library it may omit items in stock and include others not in stock.
Ex. Some articles cover broad themes while others are more narrowly focused.
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* adaptar a una aplicación concreta = .
* búsqueda de documentos concretos = .
* confinado a un lugar concreto = .
* detalles concretos = .
* en concreto = in particular, to be specific.
* enfocado hacia un objetivo concreto = focused [focussed].
* en la situación concreta = .
* ente concreto = .
* en un momento concreto = .
* relacionado a un caso concreto = .
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a) ( específico) <política/acusación> concrete, specific; <motivo/ejemplo/pregunta> specific; <fecha/hora> definite; < lugar> specific, particular

quiero saber, en concreto, cuánto cuesta — what I want to know specifically is how much it costs

una conferencia sobre historia, en concreto, el siglo XV — a lecture on history, the XV century to be precise

b) ( no abstracto) concrete
II
(AmL) concrete
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= definite, fine [finer -comp., finest -sup.], given, individual, one, specific, specified, single, particular, defined, concrete, designated, circumscribed, targeted, coextensive [co-extensive], narrowly focused.

Ex: I don't see that we are going to stand a chance unless there is something very definite coming out of this conference and similar conferences where these ideas are advanced.

Ex: A longer abstract can help in the finer points of selection, but will take longer to write and also longer to scan.
Ex: The notation for any given geographical division varies between classes and between different parts of the same classes.
Ex: The series area includes the series title, an indication of the responsibility for the series (often series editors), and the number of the individual work within the series, if the work is one of a numbered series.
Ex: Note the different definitions, and the different boundaries for this one subject area.
Ex: Various publishers have reputations for specific styles, subject areas or works for specific audiences.
Ex: If access is limited to certain specified times, the term 'off-line' is applied.
Ex: In other words, the elements of any single case may point to several concepts; in this sense, the cases are like icebergs -- more is hidden han appears on the surface.
Ex: It is possible to identify an item uniquely within a particular institution or agency by a running accession number.
Ex: The Pearson correlation coefficient has been calculated to find out the correlation and to test the null hypothesis that there is no correlation among publishing in journals, citing from journals and use of journals by a defined set of researchers.
Ex: The second exercise in this course was to outline priorities in library services which had to be concrete, describable and achievable.
Ex: It is tremendously valuable to library staff (particularly in libraries with a designated departmental structure) to maintain close professional ties with local academic departments.
Ex: Library and Information Plans (LIP) are 5-year management plans for information provision in a circumscribed region.
Ex: Threats to the integrity of science include interest in paranormal phenomena, sensationalism of science and pressure for targeted research.
Ex: Bibliographies in general are also retrieval devices; the difference here is that the bibliography is not coextensive with the stock of the library it may omit items in stock and include others not in stock.
Ex: Some articles cover broad themes while others are more narrowly focused.
* adaptar a una aplicación concreta = harness.
* búsqueda de documentos concretos = item search.
* confinado a un lugar concreto = site-bound.
* detalles concretos = fine detail(s).
* en concreto = in particular, to be specific.
* enfocado hacia un objetivo concreto = focused [focussed].
* en la situación concreta = on the scene.
* ente concreto = concrete entity.
* en un momento concreto = at a particular point in time.
* relacionado a un caso concreto = case-related.

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concreto1 -ta
1 ‹política/acusación› concrete, specific
en tu caso concreto in your particular case
por un motivo concreto for a specific reason
fijemos una fecha/hora concreta let's fix a definite date/time
quieren reformas/soluciones concretas they want real o concrete reforms/solutions
un lugar concreto a specific o particular place
una pregunta concreta a specific question
en concreto: quiero saber, en concreto, cuánto me va a costar what I want to know specifically is how much it is going to cost
la conferencia versó sobre pintura española, en concreto, Goya y Velázquez the lecture was on Spanish painting, Goya and Velázquez, to be precise o to be more specific
en una zona en concreto in a particular o specific area
2 concrete
lo concreto y lo abstracto the concrete and the abstract
( AmL)
concrete
Compuesto:
reinforced concrete
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Del verbo concretar: ( conjugate concretar)

concreto es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

concretó es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

Multiple Entries:
concretar
concreto
concretar ( conjugate concretar) verbo transitivo
a) ( concertar) ‹fecha/precio to fix, set

b) (precisar, definir) to be specific about;

verbo intransitivo:

llámame para concreto
concretarse verbo pronominal
to become a reality
a) ( específico) ‹política/solución/acusación concrete, specific;

motivo/ejemplo/pregunta specific;
fecha/hora definite;
caso particular;
lugar specific, particular;

en concreto ;
en una zona en concreto in a particular o specific area;

concreto 2 sustantivo masculino (AmL) concrete;

concretar verbo transitivo
1 (precisar un tema, un punto) to specify
2 (concertar una fecha, hora) to fix
concreto,-a
1 (preciso, real) concrete
2 (particular) specific
en este caso concreto..., in this particular case...
II sustantivo masculino LAm (hormigón) concrete
♦ Locuciones: en concreto, specifically: lo veré esta semana, el martes en concreto, I'll meet him this week, Tuesday to be precise
no sé nada en c., I have no firm information

' concreto' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
actual
- ceñirse
- concreta
- concretamente
- particular
- puntual
- regalar
- sala
English:
actual
- concrete
- particular
- specific
- specifically
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1. [no abstracto] concrete;
a concrete concept
we don't have a definite date yet;
estoy buscando un disco concreto, no me vale cualquiera I'm looking for a particular o specific record, not just any one;
if you don't give me the specific o precise details I won't be able to help you;
en el caso concreto de Nicaragua,… in the specific case of Nicaragua,…;
en concreto, todavía no sabemos nada in short, we don't know anything yet;
piensa volver a Europa, en concreto a Francia she's thinking of coming back to Europe, to France to be precise;
es un experto en economía, y más en concreto, en gestión de empresas he's an expert in economics, more specifically in business management;
nothing definite;
there is no one person who is to blame;
nowhere in particular, not in any one place
Am concrete reinforced concrete
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1 specific;
specifically;
nothing specific
2 (no abstracto) concrete
II m L.Am.
concrete
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1) : concrete, actual
2) : definite, specific
en concreto: specifically
hormigón: concrete
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1. specific
2. actual
• 5 correlación

f.
correlation, connectivity, interrelation.
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1 correlation
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correlation
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= correlation, correlate.
Ex. The choice of call number and its correlation with physical documents is the responsibility of the cataloger.
Ex. Our study attempted to evaluate the socio-professional correlates of insomnia by comparing a group of insomniacs to a group of good sleepers.
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* análisis de correlación = .
* coeficiente de correlación = .
* coeficiente de correlación de Pearson = .
* coeficiente de la correlación de los cosenos = .
* correlación de Pearson = .
* función de la correlación de los cosenos = .
* sin guardar una correlación = .
* tener correlación con = bear + correlation with.
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correlation
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= correlation, correlate.

Ex: The choice of call number and its correlation with physical documents is the responsibility of the cataloger.

Ex: Our study attempted to evaluate the socio-professional correlates of insomnia by comparing a group of insomniacs to a group of good sleepers.
* análisis de correlación = correlation analysis.
* coeficiente de correlación = correlation coefficient.
* coeficiente de correlación de Pearson = Pearson correlation coefficient.
* coeficiente de la correlación de los cosenos = cosine correlation coefficient.
* correlación de Pearson = Pearson's correlation.
* función de la correlación de los cosenos = cosine correlation function.
* sin guardar una correlación = uncorrelated.
* tener correlación con = bear + correlation with.

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correlation
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correlación sustantivo femenino
correlation
correlación sustantivo femenino correlation: no existe una correlación entre la riqueza y la inteligencia, there is no correlation between wealth and intelligence
' correlación' also found in these entries:
English:
correlation
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correlation
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f correlation
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correlación nf, pl : correlation
• 6 definido

defined, clear-cut, distinct, bounded.
past part.
past participle of spanish verb: definir.
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1 defined, definite
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(f. - definida)
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1) [línea] clearly defined; [preferencia] definite, clear

bien definido — well defined, clearly defined

definido por el usuario — (Inform) user-defined

2) [carácter] tough, manly
3) (Ling) definite
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- da adjetivo <carácter/ideas> clearly-defined, well-defined; < opinión> clearly-defined
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= definite, sharp [sharper -comp., sharpest -sup.], stated, bounded, defined.
Ex. I don't see that we are going to stand a chance unless there is something very definite coming out of this conference and similar conferences where these ideas are advanced.
Ex. 'I'll give it more thought,' she said with a sharp frown, resuming her former posture.
Ex. Throughout, the code is based upon clearly stated principles.
Ex. This problem arises in real time multimedia applications, which often requires a guaranteed bandwidth and bounded delay to ensure that the quality of service is met = Este problema surge en las aplicaciones multimedia en tiempo real, que a menudo necesitan un ancho de banda garantizado y un retraso limitado para asegurar la calidad del servicio.
Ex. The Pearson correlation coefficient has been calculated to find out the correlation and to test the null hypothesis that there is no correlation among publishing in journals, citing from journals and use of journals by a defined set of researchers.
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* bien definido = well-defined, clearly defined, clearly-drawn, articulated, clear-cut.
* claramente definido = well-defined, clearly defined, clearly-drawn, clear-cut.
* definido con precisión = .
* definido por el usuario = .
* definido por uno mismo = .
* definido recientemente = newly defined [newly-defined].
* poco definido = bleary [blearier -comp., bleariest -sup.].
* recién definido = newly defined [newly-defined].
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- da adjetivo <carácter/ideas> clearly-defined, well-defined; < opinión> clearly-defined
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= definite, sharp [sharper -comp., sharpest -sup.], stated, bounded, defined.

Ex: I don't see that we are going to stand a chance unless there is something very definite coming out of this conference and similar conferences where these ideas are advanced.

Ex: 'I'll give it more thought,' she said with a sharp frown, resuming her former posture.
Ex: Throughout, the code is based upon clearly stated principles.
Ex: This problem arises in real time multimedia applications, which often requires a guaranteed bandwidth and bounded delay to ensure that the quality of service is met = Este problema surge en las aplicaciones multimedia en tiempo real, que a menudo necesitan un ancho de banda garantizado y un retraso limitado para asegurar la calidad del servicio.
Ex: The Pearson correlation coefficient has been calculated to find out the correlation and to test the null hypothesis that there is no correlation among publishing in journals, citing from journals and use of journals by a defined set of researchers.
* bien definido = well-defined, clearly defined, clearly-drawn, articulated, clear-cut.
* claramente definido = well-defined, clearly defined, clearly-drawn, clear-cut.
* definido con precisión = closely defined.
* definido por el usuario = user-defined.
* definido por uno mismo = self-defined.
* definido recientemente = newly defined [newly-defined].
* poco definido = bleary [blearier -comp., bleariest -sup.].
* recién definido = newly defined [newly-defined].

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-da
‹carácter/ideas› clearly-defined, well-defined
no tiene una opinión definida al respecto he doesn't have a very clearly-defined o a definite opinion about it
una cara de rasgos muy definidos a face with very well-defined o very strong features
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Del verbo definir: ( conjugate definir)

definido es:

el participio

Multiple Entries:
definido
definir
definido

clearly-defined
definir ( conjugate definir) verbo transitivo
to define
1 (proyecto, idea, imagen) clear
(referido a las siluetas) sharp
2 Ling definite
definir verbo transitivo to define

' definido' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
definida
- nítida
- nítido
- otra
- otro
- a
English:
concrete
- grey area
- tentative
- undefined
- clean
- clear-cut
- definite
- distinct
- indistinct
- sharp
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1. [límite, idea] (clearly) defined
2. [trazo, línea] sharp, well-defined
3.
definite article
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: definite, well-defined
• 7 específico

specific, particular, special.
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1 specific
1 (medicamento) specific; (especialidad) patent medicine
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peso específico specific gravity
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1 (medicamento) specific; (especialidad) patent medicine
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(f. - específica)
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1.
2.
SM (Med) specific
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I
1) ( preciso) specific
2) (Farm, Med) specific
II
specific
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= given, individual, narrow [narrower -comp., narrowest -sup.], niche-specific, one, one-off, specific, single, bounded, determinate, particular, defined, designated, circumscribed, targeted, focused [focussed], narrowly focused.
Ex. The notation for any given geographical division varies between classes and between different parts of the same classes.
Ex. The series area includes the series title, an indication of the responsibility for the series (often series editors), and the number of the individual work within the series, if the work is one of a numbered series.
Ex. The subject areas which such data bases cover may range from relatively narrow subjects, to interdisciplinary areas.
Ex. The history and analysis of CCML presented here is quite subjective and specific to BRS, but does reflect the issues associated with producing a niche-specific database.
Ex. Note the different definitions, and the different boundaries for this one subject area.
Ex. Associated with full-time staffing reductions has been the virtual elimination of part-time teachers and ' one-off' expert lecturers.
Ex. Various publishers have reputations for specific styles, subject areas or works for specific audiences.
Ex. In other words, the elements of any single case may point to several concepts; in this sense, the cases are like icebergs -- more is hidden han appears on the surface.
Ex. This problem arises in real time multimedia applications, which often requires a guaranteed bandwidth and bounded delay to ensure that the quality of service is met = Este problema surge en las aplicaciones multimedia en tiempo real, que a menudo necesitan un ancho de banda garantizado y un retraso limitado para asegurar la calidad del servicio.
Ex. There is no coherent and determinate body of legal doctrine and the categories available for classifying legal problems simply mask the incoherency and indeterminacy of legal doctrine.
Ex. It is possible to identify an item uniquely within a particular institution or agency by a running accession number.
Ex. The Pearson correlation coefficient has been calculated to find out the correlation and to test the null hypothesis that there is no correlation among publishing in journals, citing from journals and use of journals by a defined set of researchers.
Ex. It is tremendously valuable to library staff (particularly in libraries with a designated departmental structure) to maintain close professional ties with local academic departments.
Ex. Library and Information Plans (LIP) are 5-year management plans for information provision in a circumscribed region.
Ex. Threats to the integrity of science include interest in paranormal phenomena, sensationalism of science and pressure for targeted research.
Ex. These include a series of focused workshops and a four day national conference.
Ex. Some articles cover broad themes while others are more narrowly focused.
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* área de datos específicos de la clase de documento = .
* area temática específica = .
* base de datos dirigida a un mercado específico = .
* centrado en un tema específico = .
* conseguir ocupar un lugar específico = secure + a niche.
* de aplicación específica a un equipo de ordenador = .
* dedicado a una aplicación específica = .
* del documento específico = .
* dirigido a un sector de la población específico = .
* específico a la biblioteca = .
* específico de = .
* específico de la biblioteca = .
* específico de la edición = .
* específico de las empresas = .
* específico del documento = document-related, document-specific.
* específico de una agencia = .
* específico de una base de datos = .
* específico de una disciplina = .
* específico de un trabajo concreto = .
* específico para cada edición = .
* grupo específico = .
* hecho para una situación específica = .
* índice específico = .
* información específica = .
* mención específica del formato de música impresa = .
* para ser específico = .
* peso específico = .
* público específico = .
* término específico = .
* término específico genérico (NTG) = .
* término específico partitivo (NTP) = .
* término más específico = .
* tratamiento específico de la información = .
* valor específico = .
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I
1) ( preciso) specific
2) (Farm, Med) specific
II
specific
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= given, individual, narrow [narrower -comp., narrowest -sup.], niche-specific, one, one-off, specific, single, bounded, determinate, particular, defined, designated, circumscribed, targeted, focused [focussed], narrowly focused.

Ex: The notation for any given geographical division varies between classes and between different parts of the same classes.

Ex: The series area includes the series title, an indication of the responsibility for the series (often series editors), and the number of the individual work within the series, if the work is one of a numbered series.
Ex: The subject areas which such data bases cover may range from relatively narrow subjects, to interdisciplinary areas.
Ex: The history and analysis of CCML presented here is quite subjective and specific to BRS, but does reflect the issues associated with producing a niche-specific database.
Ex: Note the different definitions, and the different boundaries for this one subject area.
Ex: Associated with full-time staffing reductions has been the virtual elimination of part-time teachers and ' one-off' expert lecturers.
Ex: Various publishers have reputations for specific styles, subject areas or works for specific audiences.
Ex: In other words, the elements of any single case may point to several concepts; in this sense, the cases are like icebergs -- more is hidden han appears on the surface.
Ex: This problem arises in real time multimedia applications, which often requires a guaranteed bandwidth and bounded delay to ensure that the quality of service is met = Este problema surge en las aplicaciones multimedia en tiempo real, que a menudo necesitan un ancho de banda garantizado y un retraso limitado para asegurar la calidad del servicio.
Ex: There is no coherent and determinate body of legal doctrine and the categories available for classifying legal problems simply mask the incoherency and indeterminacy of legal doctrine.
Ex: It is possible to identify an item uniquely within a particular institution or agency by a running accession number.
Ex: The Pearson correlation coefficient has been calculated to find out the correlation and to test the null hypothesis that there is no correlation among publishing in journals, citing from journals and use of journals by a defined set of researchers.
Ex: It is tremendously valuable to library staff (particularly in libraries with a designated departmental structure) to maintain close professional ties with local academic departments.
Ex: Library and Information Plans (LIP) are 5-year management plans for information provision in a circumscribed region.
Ex: Threats to the integrity of science include interest in paranormal phenomena, sensationalism of science and pressure for targeted research.
Ex: These include a series of focused workshops and a four day national conference.
Ex: Some articles cover broad themes while others are more narrowly focused.
* área de datos específicos de la clase de documento = material (or type of publication) specific details area.
* area temática específica = narrow subject area.
* base de datos dirigida a un mercado específico = niche database.
* centrado en un tema específico = topic-centred.
* conseguir ocupar un lugar específico = secure + a niche.
* de aplicación específica a un equipo de ordenador = hardware-based.
* dedicado a una aplicación específica = dedicated.
* del documento específico = document-related.
* dirigido a un sector de la población específico = sector-orientated.
* específico a la biblioteca = library-specific.
* específico de = peculiar to.
* específico de la biblioteca = library-specific.
* específico de la edición = edition-specific.
* específico de las empresas = company-specific.
* específico del documento = document-related, document-specific.
* específico de una agencia = agency-specific.
* específico de una base de datos = database-specific.
* específico de una disciplina = discipline-specific.
* específico de un trabajo concreto = job-specific.
* específico para cada edición = edition-specific.
* grupo específico = niche.
* hecho para una situación específica = niche-specific.
* índice específico = specific index.
* información específica = data element.
* mención específica del formato de música impresa = musical presentation statement.
* mercado específico = niche market.
* para ser específico = to be specific.
* peso específico = specific gravity.
* público específico = niche audience.
* término específico = specific term.
* término específico genérico (NTG) = narrower term generic (NTG).
* término específico partitivo (NTP) = narrower term partitive (NTP).
* término más específico = narrower term.
* tratamiento específico de la información = specific approach.
* valor específico = weighting.

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B ( Farm, Med) specific
specific
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Del verbo especificar: ( conjugate especificar)

especifico es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

especificó es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

Multiple Entries:
especificar
específico
especificar ( conjugate especificar) verbo transitivo
to specify
específico

specific
especificar verbo transitivo to specify
específico,-a
II m Med specific (remedy): los médicos de la seguridad social procuran no recetar específicos, doctors in the national health care system avoid prescribing specifics to their patients

' específico' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
específica
- peso
- concreto
- general
- helecho
- particular
- quinceañero
English:
backbencher
- crime
- general
- given
- in
- literate
- particular
- specific
- back
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específico, -a
specific
nm
[medicamento] specific
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: specific
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• 8 hipótesis nula

f. s.&pl.
null hypothesis.
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(n.) =
Ex. The Pearson correlation coefficient has been calculated to find out the correlation and to test the null hypothesis that there is no correlation among publishing in journals, citing from journals and use of journals by a defined set of researchers.
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Ex: The Pearson correlation coefficient has been calculated to find out the correlation and to test the null hypothesis that there is no correlation among publishing in journals, citing from journals and use of journals by a defined set of researchers.

• 9 coeficiente de correlación

Ex. These and various correlation coefficients are discussed and the type of conclusions to be drawn are pointed out.
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Ex: These and various correlation coefficients are discussed and the type of conclusions to be drawn are pointed out.

• 10 coeficiente de la correlación de los cosenos

Ex. A query is treated in the same way, and the query vector is then compared with the document vectors, using the cosine correlation coefficient to give a measure of the extent to which they coincide.
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Ex: A query is treated in the same way, and the query vector is then compared with the document vectors, using the cosine correlation coefficient to give a measure of the extent to which they coincide.

• 11 coseno

m.
cosine (Mat).
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1 cosine
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SM
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= .
Ex. Cosine normalization plays a considerable role in the disparity seen between the collections.
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* coeficiente de la correlación de los cosenos = .
* fórmula del coseno = .
* fórmula del coseno de Salton = .
* función de la correlación de los cosenos = .
* * *

Ex: Cosine normalization plays a considerable role in the disparity seen between the collections.

* coeficiente de la correlación de los cosenos = cosine correlation coefficient.
* fórmula del coseno = cosine formula.
* fórmula del coseno de Salton = Salton's cosine formula.
* función de la correlación de los cosenos = cosine correlation function.

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cosine
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coseno m Mat cosine
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coseno nm
cosine
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m cosine
• 12 función de solapamiento

(n.) =
Ex. A number of methods may be used to establish how closely a document description matches a search formulation, but the two most important developed by the SMART team are the cosine correlation coefficient and the overlap function.
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Ex: A number of methods may be used to establish how closely a document description matches a search formulation, but the two most important developed by the SMART team are the cosine correlation coefficient and the overlap function.

• 13 vector de búsqueda

(n.) =
Ex. A query is treated in the same way, and the query vector is then compared with the document vectors, using the cosine correlation coefficient to give a measure of the extent to which they coincide.
* * *

Ex: A query is treated in the same way, and the query vector is then compared with the document vectors, using the cosine correlation coefficient to give a measure of the extent to which they coincide.

• 14 vector de los documentos

(n.) =
Ex. A query is treated in the same way, and the query vector is then compared with the document vectors, using the cosine correlation coefficient to give a measure of the extent to which they coincide.
* * *

Ex: A query is treated in the same way, and the query vector is then compared with the document vectors, using the cosine correlation coefficient to give a measure of the extent to which they coincide.

• 15 coeficiente de correlación

• correlation coefficient
• 16 coeficiente de correlación de rangos

• rank correlation coefficient
• 17 coeficiente de correlación

• 18 coeficiente de correlación biserial

• 19 correlación de Pearson

Ex. All of the Pearson's correlations between independent variables were less than 0.5.
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Ex: All of the Pearson's correlations between independent variables were less than 0.5.

• 20 Pearson

Pearson

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