corelation


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corelation

(ˌkəʊrɪˈleɪʃən)
n
a correlation
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Again, to measure the robustness quantitatively, normalized corelation (NC), shown in (17), where, W and W represent original and extracted watermarks respectively, used [29].
Cytopathological study of cervical smears and corelation of findings with risk factors.
There is a direct corelation between the number of weapons in a society and the number of killings that take place, says Sadiq.
Corelation of pain perception and motivation to seek orthodontic treatment.
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Our patient's symptoms appeared earlier(at age one) than reports in the literature (at three to eight years) and all joints were involved yet a definite genotype-phenotype corelation could not be ruled out.
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They must not get blinded by the biochemical picture rather should always rely upon the clinical acumen and a critical corelation and interdependence between the two.
Corelation of serum lipids and glycosylated haemoglobin with changes in retina in type-2 diabetes.