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1. Close to; lying near: adjacent cities.
2. Next to; adjoining: adjacent garden plots.

[Middle English, from Latin adiacēns, adiacent-, present participle of adiacēre, to lie near : ad-, ad- + iacēre, to lie; see yē- in Indo-European roots.]

ad·ja′cent·ly adv.
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Joint probability, p(x,y) is estimated by counting the number of times where x is adjacently followed by y, and normalized by N, too.
An adjacency pair is defined as a sequence of two utterances which are adjacently placed and produced by different speakers (Sacks and Jefferson 521; Schegloff and Sacks 295).