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cusum

(ˈkjuːˌsʌm)
n
a statistical technique used to analyse an individual's use of language
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The event is held each summer in Novi Sad's magical 18th century Petrovaradin Fortress, and showcases rock, punk and hip-hop acts as well as its huge dance arena homed in the fortress pits.
Novi Sad is best known abroad for the annual international rock-indie music festival EXIT held over a couple of days every July against the backdrop of the spectacular Petrovaradin fortress overlooking the Danube.
As you walk around the city you can't help noticing the imposing Petrovaradin Fortress.
EVERY July, almost 50 stages and performance areas are packed into the vast Petrovaradin Fortress on the eastern bank of the country's second city Novi Sad.
Powerhouse names Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Ida Engberg, Ben Klock, Amelie Lens, Anastasia Kristensen, Nina Kraviz, Solomun, Maceo Plex, Tale of Us, Carl Craig, Rodhad and Boris Brejcha will be on hand to rock the Petrovaradin Fortress.
You'll have time to admire the beautiful city of Vienna, the magnificent architecture of Bratislava and the Petrovaradin Fortress at Novi Sad.
Held annually over 4 days in July in the spectacular setting of the Petrovaradin Fortress on the bank of the Danube in Serbia, it has officially been crowned as the Best Major European Festival at the EU Festival Awards 2014.
EU Festival Awards proclaimed the internationally renowned Exit music festival "2013's best major European festival." That year, 200,000 people passed through Exit's gates at the Petrovaradin Fortress on the Danube, an hour's drive from Belgrade.
The Italy - based company Uniplast has signed the 3 year lease agreement for the 2,200 square meters factory with Serbian machinery maker Pobeda Holding from Petrovaradin, Novi Sad.
Exit takes place from July 7-10 in Novi Sad, in the picturesque confines of Petrovaradin Fortress near the Danube River.
Thousands of people have arrived in Serbia for the Exit music festival held every summer at the ancient Petrovaradin fortress in Novi Sad.