association

A link between a file and a program which allows the user to double-click on the file to open the file and load the program at the same time. The operating system reads the file extension which tells it which program is associated with the file, and so needs to be loaded.

association

(also "Law of Association"). the joint occurrence of artifacts in a sealed natural or cultural unit such as stratum, tomb, grave or cache . It is often assumed that such artifacts were deposited at the same time by people of the same culture .
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Association

• (n.) Union of persons in a company or society for some particular purpose; as, the American Association for the Advancement of Science; a benevolent association. Specifically, as among the Congregationalists, a society, consisting of a number of ministers, generally the pastors of neighboring churches, united for promoting the interests of r...
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association

(ә-so″se-a´shәn) a state in which two attributes occur together either more or less often than expected by chance. in neurology, a term applied to those regions of the brain (association areas) that link the primary motor and sensory areas. in genetics, the occurrence together of ...
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association

(from the article `conifer`) The fine feeding roots of conifers, like those of many flowering plants, do not work alone. They get a boost in their work by associating with ...
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association

(L. associatio, from ad to + socius a fellow) 1. in neurology, correlation involving a high degree of modifiability and also consciousness. 2. in genetics the occurrence together of two or more phenotypic characteristics more often than would be expected by change. To be distinguished from linkage (q.v.). 3. in dysmorphology, the nonrandom occur......
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Association

(Lat. ad + socius, companion) The psychological phenomenon of connection or union between different items in consciousness. The term has been applied to two distinct types of connection: (a) the natural or original connection between sensations which together constitute a single perception and (b) the acquired connection whereby one sensation or i....
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Association

(n) Association is a body of individuals whether incorporated or not, grouped for a common cause or objective to achieve such unique cause or objective or all such future causes or objectives. An Association need not be always formal with defined rules and regulations. Associations need not be a legal one.
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association

1. <neurology> Correlation involving a high degree of modifiability and also consciousness. ... 2. <genetics> The occurrence together of two or more phenotypic characteristics more often than would be expected by change. To be distinguished from linkage. ... 3. In dysmorphology, the nonrandom occurrence in two or more individuals of mul...
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association

noun a formal organization of people or groups of people; `he joined the Modern Language Association`
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Association

[astronomy] An association (astronomy) is a combined or co-added group of astronomical exposures from which cosmic rays have been removed. WFPC2 associations constitute one type of association and are tools in the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) archive for using data from the Wide Field and Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2). Associations were introd...
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Association

[ecology] In community ecology and phytosociology an association is a type of ecological community with a predictable species composition, consistent physiognomy (structural appearance) which occurs in a particular habitat type.{rp|181} The term was first coined by Alexander von Humboldt{rp|16} and formalised by the International Botanical ...
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Association

[object-oriented programming] In object-oriented programming, association defines a relationship between classes of objects that allows one object instance to cause another to perform an action on its behalf. This relationship is structural, because it specifies that objects of one kind are connected to objects of another and does not repre...
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Association

[psychology] `Association` in psychology refers to a connection between conceptual entities or mental states that results from the similarity between those states or their proximity in space or time. The idea stems from Plato and Aristotle, especially with regard to the succession of memories, and it was carried on by philosophers such as J...
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Association

[statistics] In statistics, an association is any relationship between two measured quantities that renders them statistically dependent. The term `association` is closely related to the term `correlation.` Both terms imply that two or more variables vary according to some pattern. However, correlation is more rigidly defined by some correl...
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Association

As·so`ci·a'tion noun [ Confer French association , Late Latin associatio , from Latin associare .] 1. The act of associating, or state of being associated; union; connection, whether of persons of things. 'Some . . . bond of association .' Hooker. « ...
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association

a collection of plants with ecologically similar requirements, including one or more dominant species from which the group derives a definite character.
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association

a formal organization of people or groups of people
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Association

a group of species living in the same place at the same time (Ricklefs 1970:865).
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Association

a group of species living in the same place at the same time (Ricklefs 1979:865).
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Association

a group of species living in the same place at the same time (Ricklefs 1979865).
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/22216

Association

A group. Often, associations can offer individual health insurance plans specially designed for thei
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Association

a relationship with 2 or more ends, where each end is on a class (or other classifier). Each end may have a Role, Multiplicity, and be Navigable
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association

A relatively stable sub-community of different species living in a characteristic habitat and also characterised by essential uniformity of species composition.
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Association

An entity may not discriminate against individuals or entities because of their relationship with a person with a disability.
Found on https://adata.org/glossary-terms
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