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clustering

 [klus´ter-ing]
gathering together.
conceptual clustering the process of analyzing, examining relationships in, and organizing theoretically the current knowledge in a field of study in order to add to an existing knowledge base and generate further questions for research.

clustering

the gathering together of disease events. The clustering may be in space, geographical clustering, or in time, temporal clustering. See also cluster.
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