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  • It is similar to a group in many ways but need not be associative.
  • Were you able to trace out the associative connection that caused the fact to appear? Cited from The Mind and Its Education, by George Herbert Betts
  • All these factors taken together often give a last experience great associative strength, even though the last experience is not recent. Cited from The Science of Human Nature, by William Henry Pyle
  • They are mostly free-associative and have no particular meaning.
  • All the other associative ideas find merely their starting point in those outer impressions. Cited from The Photoplay, by Hugo Muensterberg
  • He includes the idea of promotion and associative fame in his own marketing of his art.
  • It offers an occasion for young students to carry out a cultural and associative project in the course of their studies.
  • This expression could also have been simply evaluated right to left, because addition is an associative operation.
  • There are other specific types of non-associative structures that have been studied in depth.
  • The university has added a number of colleges to its corporate and associative body.
  • In his research he was working in computer vision, speech recognition, and Associative memory technology.
  • They perform traditional duties most associative with state police in lower-48 states.
  • We must suppose some more intelligent, versatile and of greater associative power than others. Cited from The Note-Books of Samuel Butler, Samuel Butler #14
  • We do not profess to be able to present a true picture of associative life. Cited from Brook Farm, by John Thomas Codman
  • The associative model of data is an alternative data model for database systems.
  • However, many are associative, suggesting it is safe to re-group operations without changing their order.
  • Representatives attend from each member or associative member in each region, including those states that are not fully recognised.
  • The direct forms generally mean "to become" while the associative forms mean "to have."
  • The fully associative cache miss rate here is almost representative of the capacity miss rate.
  • Learning is controlled by the difference between this total associative strength and the strength supported by the US.
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Words starting with associative

Meaning of associative

  • adjective Characterized by or causing or resulting from the process of bringing ideas or events together in memory or imagination
    associative learning