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In many sentences like the following I use "based on" to relate something to another thing. Are there alternatives for "based on"? for example other ways to state the following sentences?

A dialogue opens in which he can select the distinguishing properties of the anchor based on its text or a pattern in the text

In our approach we try to simulate how a user finds the desired data by scanning and blocking the page based on semantic delimiters

Ideally, anchors are established based on the content of data item.

Besides the primitive variables which provide primary contexts based on the anchor nodes, we can build new contexts over them by employing set operators.

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You can use derives from as an alternative of based on.

A dialogue opens in which he can select the distinguishing properties of the anchor derives from its text or a pattern in the text

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  • drives from or drived from?!
    – Ahmad
    Jun 18, 2015 at 12:34
  • Both are correct.
    – serenesat
    Jun 18, 2015 at 12:34

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