I can not sense this English word, Co-occurrence.
I'm thinking :
Pilot, while co-pilot is the second pilot (in the sense of helper or pilot subtitution)
According to wikipedia :
Co-occurrence or cooccurrence is a linguistics term that can either mean concurrence / coincidence or, in a more specific sense, the above-chance frequent occurrence of two terms from a text corpus alongside each other in a certain order
I'm thinking occurrence as frequency of an event .But co-occurrence ?
This is the text fragment I'm reading on, some terms may not be sound familiar, just ignore them, perhaps It can help you (to help me) sense the word.
RAKE uses stop words and phrase delimiters to partition the document text into candidate keywords, which are sequences of content words as they occur in the text. Co-occurrences of words within these candidate keywords are meaningful and allow us to identify word cooccurrence without the application of an arbitrarily sized sliding window.
Please help me to understand this (perhaps an example). Thanks