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correlate with (something)

To agree with or correspond to something. Those results just don't correlate with the data from our previous experiments. Does this chart correlate with the information given in the report?
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correlate something with something

to match or equate something with something else. Can you correlate her comment with what she said yesterday? The scientist could not correlate the new data with his hypothesis.
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correlate with something

to match or equate with something. This does not correlate with your earlier story. What she said yesterday does not correlate with what she is saying today.
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The quaternion based color face image correlator is used to obtain correlation plane for each correlated input face image with reference face images stored in a database to calculate out some classification characteristics such as the real to complex ratio of the discrete quaternion correlator (DQCR) output, p-value and the peak-to-sidelobe ratio, PSR.
With the ACA Correlator, it is possible to process extremely weak radio wave signals from far-away astronomical bodies by splitting up and processing roughly 500,000 frequency bands and outputting the data in a format that is optimal for observation.
The correlator is 200 x 160 x 124 mm in size and weighs 2 kg.
The main idea of 1B/2L correlator is to calculate the correlation between signals which are digitized into just 1-bit rather than multibit.
out](t) and a replica of the desired user's address code is carried out by an optical correlator receiver to achive decoding.
The principle of the code acquisition system working in multipath Rayleigh fading is represented in Figure 5, where, since the phase of the received signal is random, a noncoherent correlator is used.
A new high resolution digital correlator that detects water leaks easily and accurately, is being distributed in the UK exclusively by Mans International.
The software (BIC particle sizing) derives particle sizes from the correlator function.
For a clocked instantaneous-frequency-measurement (IFM)-type receiver receiving a threshold-level signal, this minimum signal duration varies linearly from 0% POI if the RF input pulse width is equal to the sum of the longest correlator delay time plus the video integration time, then increasing linearly to 100% POI with the addition of the receiver sampling clock period.
The missile flawlessly navigated the assigned mission through the use of a global positioning system and digital scene matching area correlator updates.
The concealed barcode information can be retrieved using what is known as a 2-D spatial correlator, which contains a confidential filter function that deciphers the concealed image.
Shade trees were originally used on tea plantations as a basic requirement for successful growing conditions, but over the years their use was established as a correlator and interrelator in the growth of the tea, with a share in photometry, agrometeorology, and therefore as a balancing factor in the micro-climate.
Two promising technologies currently under development include an infrared facial recognition system and an optical correlator with a phase-only filter.