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V The Co-occurrence of (Sub)themes on the Western Wall

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Two (sub)themes can occur at the same time on the western wall, which is called "co-occurrence". This chapter examines the co-occurrence of the (sub)themes on the western wall without considering the wall section on which those coinciding (sub)themes are placed. It is followed by an investigation into the co-occurrence of (sub)themes, taking into account the location of the wall section on which they appear. An important consideration is that the number of co-occurrences is determined by the number of times each of the (sub)themes occurs. The maximum number of co-occurrences between two (sub)themes is thus determined by the (sub)theme with the lowest number of occurrences. From the maximum and real number of co-occurrences the co-occurrence percentage (CP) can be calculated. The chapter offers some preliminary conclusions about the co-occurrences on the western wall.

Keywords: co-occurrence percentage (CP); western wall



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