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copula

 [kop´u-lah]
any connecting part or structure.
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cop·u·la

(kop'yū-lă),
1. In anatomy, a narrow part connecting two structures, for example, the body of the hyoid bone.
2. A swelling formed during the early development of the tongue by the medial portions of the second pharyngeal arches; it is overgrown by the hypopharyngeal eminence and is not present in the adult tongue.
3. Obsolete term for zygote.
[L. a bond, tie]
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cop·u·la

(kop'yū-lă)
1. anatomy a narrow part connecting two structures (e.g., the body of the hyoid bone).
2. A swelling that is formed during the early development of the tongue by the medial portion of the second pharyngeal arch; it is overgrown by the hypobranchial eminence and is not present in the adult tongue.
[L. a bond, tie]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

cop·u·la

(kop'yū-lă)
1. In anatomy, narrow part connecting two structures.
2. Swelling formed during early development of the tongue by medial portions of second pharyngeal arches.
[L. a bond, tie]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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B., 1999, An Introduction to Copulas (New York: Springer).
A copula can be simulated by using different approaches depending on the family they belong to, e.g., Gaussian, Archimedean, Extreme-value, and others.
FITTING TEST OF DEPENDENCE MODELLING USING COPULAS. Copulas Normal t Gumbel Pair-copula [chi square] 74.91 78.17 68.26 36.73 de 1.235 1.214 0.988 0.418 TABLE III.
Then there exists a unique conditional Copula C : [0, 1] x [0, 1] [right arrow] [0, 1] such that
Liu, "Spatial analysis of meteorological drought return periods in China using copulas," Natural Hazards, vol.
The level of dependence inherent to SBP and PI time series is assessed in two ways: using copula analysis of original and differentially coded data and estimating mutual uncertainty using computationally efficient binary conditional entropy, applied to binary differentially coded time series.
In the above example the Greek subject pronoun upsu; is translated in CPA with [phrase omitted], while the copula is left untranslated.
The only polynomial copulas of 4th degree are FGM copulas.
Comparison of Clayton-Frank Copula with Other Bivariate Copulas for Two Simulated Independent Random Variables.
Diana, "Improving schedule reliability based on copulas: An application to five of the most congested US airports," Journal of Air Transport Management, vol.
Las variables dependientes (densidad de individuos, abundancia de huevas y frecuencia de copulas) se analizaron para determinar variaciones temporales.