Words which require specific prepositions. Some sentences from your Informatics Corpus Note the use of that and which, where appropriate. 1. Again, it is not necessary that the sampled stimulus look identical _____ the continuous one in order for the motion to look similar. 2. Energy models can be built from elements that are consistent _____ known physiology and psychophysics … 3. First, let us say that a hypothesis is consistent _____ the training examples if it correctly classifies these examples. 4. Previous work on consistent hashing assumed that nodes were aware _____ most other nodes in the system, making it impractical to scale to large number of nodes. 5. Techniques typical _____ automated TC have already been extended successfully to the categorization of documents expressed in slightly different media … 6. There may be IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PATTERN ANALYSIS MACHINE INTELLIGENCE other configurations _____ which we are not aware. 7. This is a remarkable fact: Two approaches t o motion modeling, motivated by different philosophies, converge on models that are almost identical _____ a functional point of view. 8. This is also typical _____ the pairwise symmetric key based protocols. 9. Using directional derivatives, Kass and Witkin [ 1987 ] came to a solution that turned out to be equivalent _____ the tensor method. 10. With appropriate radial weighting functions, the rotation invariant filters can be viewed as equivalent to Reddi' s complex moments filters which in turn are equivalent _____ Hu' s geometric invariants.