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cross-correlation

[′krȯs kär·ə′lā·shən]
(statistics)
Correlation between corresponding members of two or more series: if q1, …, qn and r1, …, rn are two series, correlation between qi and ri, or between qi and ri + j (for fixed j), is a cross correlation.
Correlation between or expectation of the inner product of two series of random variables, where the difference in indices between the corresponding values of the two series is fixed.
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If cross correlation coefficient factor is closer to one, two images have more similarities; while if this value tend to zero, it represent images are independent to each other and uncorrelated (KG.
Given the fact that the graph doesn't consider the shift of the sequence (rating evaluations), in the following tables there are values of the cross correlation in accordance with relationship (4).
Among three cross correlations between C1-C2, C1-C3, C2-C3 components the cross correlation of C2-C3 tends to be smaller.
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Table 9 shows the cross correlations among supposed independent variables.
Spectrographic cross correlation (SPCC) was conducted using the CORMAT routine in SIGNAL 4.
When used together, operators can immediately access recent transaction history for each ATM, allowing cross correlation when determining if a maintenance team needs to be sent to inspect the operation of the ATM.
In determining flow rate via optical cross correlation technique, the signal fluctuations needed for cross correlation are provided by the variable light transmission path caused by variations in the number and distribution of the particles inside the medium.
The average cross correlation has been higher for this more recent period than over the full 1960:1 to 1995:1 sample period.
Cross Correlation Summary Auto Regression Summary IDENTIFICATION Lags 1-2: 15 of 72 significant Lag 1: Chi Square = 156.
The results show that the standard errors for cross correlation coefficients are very similar.