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frequency

noun common occurrence, commonness, continuity, crebritas, cycle, frequence, frequentia, periodicity, prevalence, rate, recurrence, regularity, regularity of recurrence, repetition, repetitiveness, succession, usualness
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The most preferable measure of frequency for the assessment of the impact of non-native taxa on floristic quality is relative frequency because it takes into account the frequency of non-native taxa relative to all taxa at a given site.
Using the frequency table from the previous section, distributions were computed as follows: (1) regard the 26 English letters as states; (2) regard the 96 cube faces as the total number of members in the house; (3) regard letters' relative frequency percentages (calculated to the thousandths) as their populations (after multiplication by 1000).
11), and those that result from mechanical actions (C-D3--excessive stress concentration in the substrate, with a relative frequency of 68%).
To test whether the relative frequency of rufous screechowls shows a west-east or north-south geographic pattern in Iowa, I first divided the state into the nine regions used by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and the state climatologist (following Kent and Dinsmore 1996).
r] for the three modes of natural vibrations and forced vibration with the relative frequency [bar.
The total relative frequency (RF) distribution of the modal can in the plays of William Shakespeare is 22.
He describes the resources for evaluation in general, then applies them to each sound, including its definition, acquisition, relative frequency, errors, key environments, possible metaphors, touch cues, screening tests, demonstrations, phonetic placement and shaping techniques, exercises, activities, and word lists.
From these data, frequency (%), mean cover (%), relative frequency, relative cover, and Importance Value (relative frequency + relative cover) were determined.
Expressed another way: as the sample size increases, one expects the variation to decrease between the relative frequency of the outcomes and the theoretical value.
No attempt is made to measure the odds of finding information on birthplace for different nationalities, or of the relative frequency of last names starting with "B" (in the 1860 census sample cited below, for example, 15% of francophones, 8% of anglophones, 10% of germanophones).
It represents the relative importance of a term and reflects the relative frequency of occurrence of terms and their document frequencies.

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