The four Taegeukgi trigrams
represent heaven, earth, fire and water.
Bigrams and trigrams
(collocations of length 2 and 3, respectively) found within pulse-referencing MDs.
Next longest is by-by, then eight Web3 headword trigrams
, cwm, cyp, gym, gyp, myx-, pyx, zyg-, zym-.
The painting 1976 was accompanied by In Search of Trigrams
, 2016, a ritualistic performance in which the artist-shaman and other performers slowly walked in a circle.
Those four black symbols are actually called trigrams
from ancient I Ching (Book of Changes) and denote four universal elements of movement and harmony.
The method in  compressed text based on a trigram
model; it splits a text file into trigrams
and compresses these trigrams
using a trigrams
ii) TRIGRAMSsvm: in this method, trigrams
feature set is introduced to build the SVM classifier .
For practical reasons, I favour trigrams
for the investigation of conglomerates in English because trigrams
are more efficient than bigrams for data-mining and because compounds would cause too much noise for queries based on single hyphenated sequences.
the interplay between yang and yin, line and line, line and position, lower and upper trigrams
, hexagram and situation, question and text, text and interpreter, and the intertransformation between hexagrams).
Once found, only the terms that may form bigrams or trigrams
with a term from the original request will be used.
Paired with palettes of cool powder blue, gray, and navy, clusters of small black lines--abstracted from the flag's four black trigrams
representing the four elements, seasons, directions, and virtues--pepper the tops and pullovers.
Certain methods of tokenization, such as breaking the text into bigrams or trigrams
, leads to tiling, which is a good method for basic search, but does not work well for TAR, Noel explains.