Definitions for "Correlation"
Reciprocal relation; corresponding similarity or parallelism of relation or law; capacity of being converted into, or of giving place to, one another, under certain conditions; as, the correlation of forces, or of zymotic diseases.
The correlation between two random variables is a statistical measure of the tendency of the two variables to vary together.
Correlation measures how two assets' returns move together. Two assets that are perfectly negatively correlated (-1) tend to simultaneously move in opposite directions. Two assets that are perfectly positively correlated (+1) tend to simultaneously move in the same direction. A correlation of 0 indicates that there is no relationship at all between the price movements of two assets.
The process of establishing the equivalence in age of two rock sequences in different areas by locating identical fossils in each sequence.
the matching of rock layers from one area to another
A general term for the use of fossils or special characteristics of the rock to establish that spatially separated stratigraphic units are equivalent.
An association, or when one phenomenon is found to be accompanied by another. A correlation does not prove cause and effect. Correlation may also be defined statistically. Dd
The normal coincidence of one phenomenon, character, etc., with another.
The normal coincidence of one phenomenon, character, &c., with another. 44
an association or linkage of two (or more) events
(see association)
A basic level of learning where the student can associate what has been learned, understood, and applied with previous or subsequent learning.
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Movement in the same direction at the same time
A mathematical measure of how much one number (such as a share price) is influenced by changes in another (such as an index).... more on: Correlation
a mathematical way of finding out if these abilities are related to each other
this is a measure of how the returns from one investment is correlated to those of another. It is very common to track the returns of hedge funds against market indices covering their areas of focus
Keywords:  causation, proof
proof of causation
This is a process that occurs when using spread spectrum techniques and it is the process of synchronizing the phase of a local PN sequence within a radio receiver with that of the incoming spread signal in order to “despread” and recover the narrowband data signal.
Keywords:  corticospinal, cortex, cue, tract
cortex corticospinal tract cue
A signal processing operation used to indicate when a received signal and a locally generated replica of the signal are correctly aligned.
a specialized index that shows how the content of an educational product aligns with a host of academic standards and exams
Keywords:  tub, knobs, sink, plumbing, consultant
The selections that the buyer makes for a new home. All plumbing fixtures, door knobs, flooring and sink/tub choices are all examples of items that need to be correlated. A home can not be built without all correlations complete. All correlations are made with our design consultant then presented in a document form for the homeowner to authorize final approval.
Keywords:  assocation, message, another, one
The assocation of one message to another.
Keywords:  notion, probability
A notion from probability.
Selection of the proper transformer fuse; the process of selecting fuses having specific characteristics in accordance with specific protection or load criteria.
The final step in the appraisal process where the appraiser considers three estimates of value derived from cost, income and market data approaches. The correlation process weighs the influence of each method in relation to the specific property type and final estimate of value.
The act of analyzing various metrics and identifying the root-cause of problems
Keywords:  maturation
Maturation
a process that identifies the similarity between images by comparing pixels values
A function used to compare an image with a small reference image of the object (pattern) to be matched.