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collocation

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Digital Realty supports the data centre, collocation and interconnection strategies in North America, Europe, Asia, Latin America and Australia.
'Our collocation initiative aimed at getting private sector investors to bring in brownfield refineries so that they can share facilities is also yielding results.
Collocations and Action Research: Learning Vocabulary Through Collocations
In this work, particularly, the main attention is paid to the development of the so-called "Collocation Method" characterized in the strong form family.
Since the computation of the subsurface flow problem with a free surface has to be solved iteratively, the location of the boundary collocation points and the source points must be updated simultaneously with the moving boundary.
Chapter 2 that one objective characteristic of literary devices is that they will demonstrate some evidence of relexicalization through collocation. Chapter 3 focuses on the theoretical interpretation of semantic prosody.
(1991) Corpus, concordance, collocation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
* studies that analyse lexico-syntactic combinations in legal language, with a preference for specialised collocation (Biel 2011);
In collocation methods the singular behaviour of the exact solution can be taken into account by using polynomial splines and suitable graded grids (see, e.g., [21, 24]).
The topic of their Ph.D theses are 'Numerical Evaluation of Highly Oscillatory Integrals' and 'Local mesh-less collocation method for numerical solution of partial differential equations,' respectively.