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Border Correlations of Partial Words

F. Blanchet-Sadri, E. Clader, O. Simpson
2008 Theory of Computing Systems  
In this paper, we investigate the border correlation function β: → {a, b} that specifies which conjugates (cyclic shifts) of a given partial word w of length n are bordered, that is, β (w) = c 0 c 1 ..  ...  A partial word w is bordered if a proper prefix x 1 of w is compatible with a proper suffix x 2 of w, in which case any partial word x containing both x 1 and x 2 is called a border of w.  ...  Proposition 5.1 Given input partial word w of length n, Algorithm 5.1 outputs p'(www).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00224-008-9147-5 fatcat:xmrdw2emmjeozndjv7ibr7iuu4

Combinatorics on partial word correlations

F. Blanchet-Sadri, Justin Fowler, Joshua D. Gafni, Kevin H. Wilson
2010 Journal of combinatorial theory. Series A  
We also investigate the number of partial word correlations of length n.  ...  Finally, we compute the population size, that is, the number of partial words sharing a given correlation, and obtain recurrences to compute it.  ...  binary correlations of partial words of length n.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jcta.2010.03.001 fatcat:hgenzexgt5h7zizcm2aitje6am

Correlations of Partial Words [chapter]

Francine Blanchet-Sadri, Joshua D. Gafni, Kevin H. Wilson
STACS 2007  
In this paper, we introduce the notions of binary and ternary correlations, which are binary and ternary vectors indicating the periods and weak periods of partial words.  ...  Partial words are strings over a finite alphabet that may contain a number of "do not know" symbols.  ...  Theorem 2 tells us that every union of possible correlations of full words over any alphabet is the correlation of a binary partial word.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-70918-3_9 dblp:conf/stacs/Blanchet-SadriGW07 fatcat:gvcvgdqd2jdvpbgxpajrcxtzom

Page 199 of Journal of Educational Psychology Vol. 44, Issue 4 [page]

1953 Journal of Educational Psychology  
The general effect of partialling out intelligence, vocabulary, or word-elements is to lower most of the correlations and to lower a considerable number below the level of significance.  ...  Partialling out either intelligence or vocabulary has a greater effect on the correlations than does partialling out word-elements except in certain cases such as in the correlation between word-derivation  ... 

Border Correlations, Lattices, and the Subgraph Component Polynomial [chapter]

Francine Blanchet-Sadri, Michelle Cordier, Rachel Kirsch
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
., the number of partial words sharing a given border correlation, and obtain formulas to compute it.  ...  We consider the border sets of partial words and study the combinatorics of specific representations of them, called border correlations, which are binary vectors of same length indicating the borders.  ...  ., the number of partial words sharing a given border correlation, and obtain formulas to compute it.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-19315-1_6 fatcat:f3yzkguv6fftraduz2w4u55thm

Emotional connotations of words related to authority and community

Gesche Schauenburg, Jens Ambrasat, Tobias Schröder, Christian von Scheve, Markus Conrad
2014 Behavior Research Methods  
We present a database of 858 German words from the semantic fields of authority and community, which represent core dimensions of human sociality.  ...  The words were selected on the basis of co-occurrence profiles of representative keywords for these semantic fields.  ...  negative partial correlations are given in the first case (r partial = −.22), but significant positive partial correlations (r partial = .17) in the second, after taking into account the interrelations  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13428-014-0494-7 pmid:24928263 fatcat:3tn34wrqm5c4fczpnun3kh7xve

The Predictive Validity of the Test of Auditory Perception

Carl R. Schmidt, David A. Sabatino, Glen G. Foster
1975 Educational and Psychological Measurement  
Further the combined TAP subtests produced a multiple correlation coefficent of .45 (p < .001) and the TAP Word Analysis correlation was only slightly reduced by partialling out variance in common with  ...  Holding LTTCA Scores Constant TAP Subtests Discrimination Recognition Sequencing MAT Partial Partial Partial Subtests r r ro r rf r Word Knowledge : #13 :27* A a .05 Word Analysis , 26"?  ... 
doi:10.1177/001316447503500437 fatcat:7npfmrssjrhanicxhwy6vlmiym

Page 270 of Journal of Applied Psychology Vol. 17, Issue 3 [page]

1933 Journal of Applied Psychology  
Two partial correla- tions were, furthermore, computed between variables of similar materials. Words were correlated with sentences and digits held constant.  ...  Sentences correlated the lowest with digits and highest with words. A partial correlation was obtained between digits and sentences with words held constant and the r was found to be -.210.  ... 

Page 392 of Journal of Clinical Psychology Vol. 13, Issue 4 [page]

1957 Journal of Clinical Psychology  
E. scores were partialed out, the correlation between correct ana- gram solutions and number of blockings on the Word Association was —.693 ; between anagrams and Manifest Anxiety was —.815.  ...  In order to partial out the effects of intelligence upon the relationships found between the anagrams, Manifest Anxiety scores and blockings on the Word Associa- tion, the correlations were recalculated  ... 

Page 238 of None Vol. 48, Issue 4 [page]

1954 None  
source of variance partialled out.  ...  These partial correlations are shown to the left of the diagonal in Table 3. The essential features of the matrix remain unchanged.  ... 

Page 894 of Teachers College Record Vol. 26, Issue 10 [page]

1925 Teachers College Record  
When the formula for partial correlation is used, the third variate in each case having been rendered constant, the coefficients are: between words and numbers .4265 (P.I. .0955); between words and space  ...  For the miscellaneous group of one thousand thirty-nine cases the corrected coefficients of correlation between words and numbers is .7614; between numbers and space, .7565; and between words and space  ... 

The relation among vocabulary, structural analysis, and reading

Jacob Tate Hunt
1953 Journal of Educational Psychology  
Partialling out either intelligence or vocabulary has a greater effect on the correlations than does partialling out word-elements except in certain cases such as in the correlation between word-derivation  ...  Read zero-order correlations from the top right half of the table; partial correlations with intelligence constant, lower left half. hs Lay -4 rea 198 The Journal of Educational Psychology Correlations  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0056328 fatcat:xaz3p233sjc3tbobicgkyfdace

Page 601 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 38, Issue 4 [page]

2006 Behavior Research Methods  
When AoA is partialed out, the partial correlation between imageability and spoken frequency is negative (—.15; i.e., high-imageability words tend to be lower in spoken frequency).  ...  When AoA and length are partialed out, the partial correlation between N and im¬ ageability is —.01 (i.e., nonsignificant, negligible, and in the opposite direction from the raw correlation).  ... 

Associability and anagram solution

Christopher Peterson, Carol Rubel
1974 Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society  
Partialling out the effect of solution associability, solution time and anagram associability were negatively correlated.  ...  Partialling out the effect of anagram associability, solution i;ime and solution associability were positively correlated.  ...  Table 1 Mean Z Transformations of Partial Correlations Solution Times and Problem Anagram Solution Type Associability Associability M SD t. M SD t.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03334201 fatcat:hvepozrfvvadna6bikgq7gtghy

Neural Prediction Errors Distinguish Perception and Misperception of Speech

Helen Blank, Marlene Spangenberg, Matthew H. Davis
2018 Journal of Neuroscience  
We used crossmodal predictions from written words that partially match degraded speech to compare neural responses when male and female human listeners were deceived into accepting the prior or correctly  ...  Failure to adjust or reject the prior leads to perceptual illusions, especially if there is partial overlap (and thus partial mismatch) between expectations and input.  ...  A, Predicted correlation if misperception is associated with representations of common sounds in partial mismatch trials.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.3258-17.2018 pmid:29891730 pmcid:PMC6596154 fatcat:evb2jrrmgvg4xb6afspvyxhj6m
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