Coherence Definition

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1. A common religion ensures the coherence of the tribe. 1
2. A doctrine of creation could give coherence to scientific endeavor in so far as it implied a dependable order behind the flux of nature. 1
3. A frequency domain adaptive maximum likelihood (ML) time delay estimation algorithm based on squared coherence function is proposed. 1
4. A method based on the bootstrap and an imaginary part of the coherence was developed to analyze the connectivity and the information propagation during motor imagery. 1
5. A method for extracting both effective reflection events and zero-offset trace signals is developed using the lateral coherence and the property that signal amplitude changes with offset. 1
6. A method for extracting both effective reflection events and zero-offset trace signals is developed using the lateral coherence and the property that signal amplitude changes with offset. This website 1
7. A method of generating radar multi - target phase - coherence echo based on DDS is discussed. 1
8. A schema is a structure in semantic memory that specifies the general arrangement of a body of information, so it helps to understand the global coherence of discourse. 1
9. A spectroscopic optical coherence tomography(OCT) system based on the principle of spectroscopic OCT was built, and the reflectance spectrum of multilayer film was measured. 1
10. Abstract: Both cohesion and thematic progression play important roles in discourse coherence. 1
11. After a sufficient condition of the deadlock-free design has been given, the directory-based invalidate cache coherence protocol is introduced and its cache coherence is verified using belief. 2
12. All magazines and newspapers are a kind of conjuring trick - they put a gloss of coherence upon chaos. 1
13. All these factors contribute to curbing and handicapping the coherence and effectiveness of the Common Commercial Policy. 1
14. All these institutional factors contribute to curbing andhandicapping the coherence and effectiveness of the Common Commercial Policy. 1
15. An approach to realize dynamic focusing in Optical coherence Tomography ( OCT ) is proposed by using liquid crystal Fresnel zone lens. 1
16. An overall theme will help to give your essay coherence. 1
17. And the mark of cohesion is good for quean tentative analysis of text coherence. 1
18. And then analysis of the light intensity is given by using the Fourier transform which is based on the homogeneous coherence function. 1
19. Arnold Schoenberg's early works of atonality, because of the structural functioning of missing of "tonality", can only keep unity by dint of "strengthened theme coherence". 0
20. As a label it conveys a sense of purpose and purveys an often spurious impression of coherence and integrity in working relationships. 1
21. As nonmetallic materials , diamond has high interfacial energy with metallic surfaces, resulting in low coherence. 1
22. Attention is focused on the programme of public sector renewal initiated by Prime Minister Rocard, its underlying values and intellectual coherence. 1
23. Based on the second-order coherence function theory, authors have studied nonlinear effects of third-and fifth-order on polarization beats in a cascade three-level system (TPBCTS and FPBCTS). 1
24. Because their legal status and powers are confused, judicial control of their activities lacks coherence. 1
25. Besides, the physical science teachers' concept for nature and conservation of mass of gas particles are coherent, but with low coherence on the concept of distribution of gas particles. 1
26. Bluish-grey negative triangles are handled for halo or shadow, these four small paintings have certain coherence, accord with stories of logic. 1
27. Both cohesion and thematic progression play important roles in discourse coherence. 1
28. But "I feel sure that if asked, Einstein would have quickly concluded there must be coherence and that if one had enough atoms in an appropriate upper state, one would get net amplification." 1
29. But in English academic writing theme carries new information to enable effective organization of information and heighten coherence and effective communication. 1
30. But rational coherence is only as good as its premisses; and the Presocratics' premisses are based on guesswork more often than observation. 1
 

Coherence

[ˌkōˈhirəns]

NOUN

coherences (plural noun)

  - the quality of being logical and consistent.

  - the quality of forming a unified whole.

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