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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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[12] Fan, C., Li, Y.C., Fu, H.L., Liang, Y., "Research on measurement method of image motion of space camera based on optical correlator," Acta Optica Sinica, vol.31, no.7, pp.1213-1216, 2011.
Caption: Figure 8: The output of the polarity correlator for the horizontal and vertical components of codes 111111111 and 010101010, respectively.
where we have taken the [??] correlator from [36] and used the fact that one-point functions vanish.
Although the systems does not require separate time slot to send the information bearing signal which increases the bit rate, this advantage is defeated by the low BER performance of the system due to multiple intrasignal interference terms in the correlator output.
The FPGA is programmed with 15 GPS correlators (channels), no acquisition unit is implemented due to its hardware complexity.
The correlators for the KAT telescope are currently in two special containers nearby.
For a large number of particles in Brownian motion, the correlation function is an exponential decaying function of the correlator time delay [1, 2]:
The first part is a bank of correlators that correlate the received signal with the N spreading codes.
Then, the [[theta].sub.k] is equal to zero in (2) and correlator output is [y.sub.k,k] = 1, ..., 20(N + 1).
"The Trunk Mains Correlator is the latest product from Gutermann for finding leaks on large diameter pipes and across distances of up to 1km.
The smaller element spacing also leads to an increasing in correlator quantity, as shown in Table 1.
Miao, "Closed form calibration of 1bit/2level correlator used for synthetic aperture interferometric radiometer," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol.
Consequently, ALMA is home to the world's highest-altitude special-purpose supercomputer, the "ALMA correlator." The correlator is powered by 134 million processors, which together can compute at 17 quadrillion operations per second.
The outputs of each correlator are weighted to provide a better estimate of the transmitted signal than is provided by a single component.
The correlator and bit-timing block retains the original code and acquires timing and phase reference during the reception of each frame preamble.