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cluster 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈkləstər/,
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clusters, plural;
  1. Be or come into a cluster or close group; congregate
    • - the children clustered around her skirts
  2. (of data points) Have similar numerical values
    • - students tended to have scores clustering around 70 percent
Noun
  1. A group of similar objects growing closely together
    • - clusters of creamy-white flowers
  2. A group of people or similar objects positioned or occurring close together
    • - a cluster of antique shops
  3. A group of stars or galaxies forming a relatively close association

  4. A group of consonants pronounced in immediate succession, as str in strong

  5. A natural subgroup of a population, used for statistical sampling or analysis

  6. A group of atoms of the same element, typically a metal, bonded closely together in a molecule


  1. bunch: a grouping of a number of similar things; "a bunch of trees"; "a cluster of admirers"
  2. come together as in a cluster or flock; "The poets constellate in this town every summer"
  3. bunch: gather or cause to gather into a cluster; "She bunched her fingers into a fist"
  4. (clustered) growing close together but not in dense mats
  5. agglomerate: clustered together but not coherent; "an agglomerated flower head"
  6. Cluster is the eponymous first full-length album by German electronic music outfit Cluster. It is also the only album on which Conrad Plank is credited as a member. Cluster was recorded at Star-Studio in Hamburg, Germany in January, 1971. It was Cluster's only release for the Philips label.
  7. Cluster is a German experimental musical group who influenced the development of contemporary popular electronic and ambient music. They have recorded albums in a wide variety of styles ranging from experimental music to progressive rock, all of which had an avant-garde edge. ...
  8. In chemistry, a cluster is an ensemble of bound atoms intermediate in size between a molecule and a bulk solid. Clusters exist of diverse stoichiometries and nuclearities. For example, carbon and boron atoms form fullerene and borane clusters, respectively. ...
  9. A computer cluster is a group of linked computers, working together closely thus in many respects forming a single computer. The components of a cluster are commonly, but not always, connected to each other through fast local area networks. ...
  10. A cluster refers to a grouping of health-related events that are related temporally and in proximity. Typically, when clusters are recognized, they are reported to public health departments in the local area. ...
  11. In computer file systems, a cluster is the unit of disk space allocation for files and directories. To reduce the overhead of managing on-disk data structures, the filesystem does not allocate individual disk sectors, but contiguous groups of sectors, called clusters.
  12. A group or bunch of several discrete items that are close to each other; A group of galaxies or stars that appear near each other; A chord of three or more notes; A group of consonants; A group of computers that work together; A significant subset within a population; Set of bombs or mines ...
  13. (Clustered) Some units in the case have stuck together and are not all individually free flowing
  14. (Clustered) spatial arrangement of objects where they occur in groups located close to one another, leaving large empty spaces between
  15. (clustered) general term applied to parts that are contiguous but not integral.
  16. (clustering) Connecting many computers and making them appear as one machine. This is done to increase reliability and performance.
  17. (clustering) The grouping of homesites within a subdivision on smaller lots than normal, with the remaining land used as common areas.
  18. (Clustering) In search engine search results pages, clustering is limiting each represented website to one or two listings.
  19. (Clustering) The process of dividing a dataset into mutually exclusive groups such that the members of each group are as "close" as possible to one another, and different groups are as "far" as possible from one another, where distance is measured with respect to all available variables.
  20. (Clustering) is the classification of objects into different groups, or more precisely, the partitioning of a data set into subsets (clusters), so that the data in each subset (ideally) share some common trait - often proximity according to some defined distance measure. ...
  21. (Clustering) A general term that implies token clustering.
  22. (Clustering) Search engine technique to group different pages from the same domain in SERPS. Clusters usually list up to 2 pages from the same domain together in its search results to prevent one site from dominating the top spots.
  23. (clustering) a cross between parallel processing and distributed computing. Networked computers, on a local level, work together just like a parallel machine. Although the work is split across multiple computers, they behave in a parallel fashion. ...
  24. (clustering) involves repeated seizures that follow immediately upon one another or which happen within hours of each other following periods without seizure activity.
  25. (CLUSTERING) Multivariate statistical technique which separates image data into groups such that the between-group variance of the specified number of groups is maximized. A mathematical procedure for organizing multispectral data into spectrally homogeneous groups.