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congruent

1. Maths having identical shapes so that all parts correspond
2. of or concerning two integers related by a congruence
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Our three measures of congruency followed the leads of these authors.
The Compatibility Index (Wiggins & Moody, 1981) was used to measure the degree of congruency between the personality code and the environment code.
The pontiffs articulated into common denominators the points of congruency among successfully resolved cases.
Experiment 1 revealed a space-time congruency effect both for factual and potential events.
To what extent did Expectation Congruency and Interaction predict variation in beginning agriculture teacher perceptions of psychosocial support received?
At first glance, the issue of completeness appears to pose a problem to this notion of stable congruency.
In this work we propose the phase congruency features which are based on the Peter Kovesi (Peter, 1999) model.
Congruency was achieved in all 3 cases as there was no associated femoral head physeal injury or acetabular fractures.
The phase congruency (PC) which is a dimensionless measurement of the local structures of an image is used as the feature for multiscale pyramid decomposition.
The integrated person's life reflects his or her values, at least most of the time, and, when there is a mismatch, the individual deliberately seeks to make changes so that there is congruency between interior values and external actions.
The individual expects congruency and consistency in his or her self-perception and the social perception of himself or herself.
The displaced bones are thus gradually brought into the correct alignment with their joint surfaces progressively remodeled yet maintaining congruency.