flow in(to) (something)

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flow in(to) (something)

To rush into something in a smooth, fluid manner, as of a liquid. We watched the tributary as it flowed into the river. I didn't consciously think of those images—it's like they just flowed into my head, and then I captured them in my poem.
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flow in(to) something

to course into something; to pour into something. The words flowed into my head, and I felt like I could write again. The water flowed in when I opened the door on the flood.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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(iv) The Detection module calculates entropy values for all the flows in a given time window and compares them to the thresholds computed by the training module to detect anomalies.
For this end, they combine three different detection methods: (i) Network flows: They count the number of flows in a small enough time slot that allows online processing.