### Definition of Covariances

1. Noun. (plural of covariance) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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### Literary usage of Covariances

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1. SAS/ETS(R) 9.1 User's Guide, Volumes 1, 2, 3, and 4 by SAS Institute (2004)
"... covariances of Parameter Estimates COVB ... covariances of Residuals by Variable default ... covariances of Dependent Series by COVY Variable ..."

2. The Analyst Application by SAS Institute (2003)
"Table A.29 Capabilities in the ANOVA Repeated Measures Task Capability Dialog Ante-dependence covariances, first order Model Autoregressive covariances, ..."

3. Adaptive Designs: Selected Proceedings of a 1992 Joint Ams-Ims-Siam Summer by Nancy Flournoy, William F. Rosenberger, American Mathematical Society, Institute of Mathematical Statistics (1995)
"covariances between trial frequencies. For the case in which X (0) is fixed at xi, Theorem 3 states that the covariances between trial frequencies are sums ..."

4. Summary Proceedings of a Workshop on Cereal Yield Variability by P. B. R. Hazell (1986)
"plus the sum of all the yield covariances between farms, ... For example, if n = 1000 then there are 1000 variances and 999 thousand covariances. ..."

5. Sources of Income Inequality and Poverty in Rural Pakistan by Jane J. He, Richard H. Adams (1995)
"According to Shorrocks, the “natural” decomposition of the variance assigns to the source exactly one-half of all covariances involving the jth income ..."