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  • 81Transpose graph — In the mathematical and algorithmic study of graph theory, the converse[1], transpose[2] or reverse[3] of a directed graph G is another directed graph on the same set of vertices with all of the edges reversed compared to the orientation of the… …

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  • 82Neighbourhood (graph theory) — A graph consisting of 6 vertices and 7 edges For other meanings of neighbourhoods in mathematics, see Neighbourhood (mathematics). For non mathematical neighbourhoods, see Neighbourhood (disambiguation). In graph theory, an adjacent vertex of a… …

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  • 83Algorithmics of sudoku — The class of Sudoku puzzles consists of a partially completed row column grid of cells partitioned into N regions or zones each of size N cells, to be filled in using a prescribed set of N distinct symbols (typically the numbers {1, ..., N }), so …

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  • 84Guatemalan claim to Belizean territory — The Guatemalan claim to Belizean territory is an unresolved binational territorial dispute between the nations of Belize and Guatemala, neighbours in Central America. Belize, a former British colony with English as the official language, has been …

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  • 85Maximally stable extremal regions — Feature detection Output of a typical corner detection algorithm …

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  • 86Continuous-time quantum walk — A Continuous time quantum walk (CTQW) is a walk on a given connected graph that is dictated by a time varying unitary matrix that relies on the Hamiltonian of the quantum system and the adjacency matrix. CTQW belongs to what is known as Quantum… …

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  • 87Median graph — The median of three vertices in a median graph In mathematics, and more specifically graph theory, a median graph is an undirected graph in which any three vertices a, b, and c have a unique median: a vertex m(a,b,c) that belongs to shortest… …

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  • 88Task allocation and partitioning of social insects — Task allocation and partitioning refers to the way that tasks are chosen, assigned, subdivided, and coordinated (here, within a single colony of social insects). Closely associated are issues of communication that enable these actions to… …

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  • 89Matrix (mathematics) — Specific elements of a matrix are often denoted by a variable with two subscripts. For instance, a2,1 represents the element at the second row and first column of a matrix A. In mathematics, a matrix (plural matrices, or less commonly matrixes)… …

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  • 90Digraph (mathematics) — A directed graph or digraph G is an ordered pair G := (V, A) with * V is a set, whose elements are called vertices or nodes, * A is a set of ordered pairs of vertices, called directed edges, arcs, or arrows.It differs from an ordinary, undirected …

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  • 91Список терминов, относящихся к алгоритмам и структурам данных —   Это служебный список статей, созданный для координации работ по развитию темы.   Данное предупреждение не устанавливается на информационные списки и глоссарии …

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  • 92Список терминов — Список терминов, относящихся к алгоритмам и структурам данных   Это сл …

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  • 93Circulant graph — The Paley graph of order 13, an example of a circulant graph. Crown graphs …

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  • 94Claw-free graph — A claw In graph theory, an area of mathematics, a claw free graph is a graph that does not have a claw as an induced subgraph. A claw is another name for the complete bipartite graph K1,3 (that is, a star graph with three edges, three leaves, and …

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  • 95Directed graph — A directed graph. A directed graph or digraph is a pair G = (V,A) (sometimes G = (V,E)) of:[1] a set V, whose elements are called vertices or …

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  • 96nearness — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Proximity without touching Nouns 1. nearness, closeness, proximity, propinquity, apposition, approximation, vicinity, neighborhood, adjacency; approach, convergence; likeness, similarity. See futurity. 2 …

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  • 97contiguousness — noun the attribute of being so near as to be touching • Syn: ↑adjacency, ↑contiguity • Derivationally related forms: ↑contiguous, ↑contiguous (for: ↑contiguity), ↑adjacent ( …

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  • 98ad|ja|cence — «uh JAY suhns», noun. = adjacency. (Cf. ↑adjacency) …

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  • 99Expander graph — In combinatorics, an expander graph is a sparse graph which has high connectivity properties, quantified using vertex or edge expansion as described below. Expander constructions have spawned research in pure and applied mathematics, with several …

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  • 100Priority queue — A priority queue is an abstract data type in computer programming. It is exactly like a regular queue or stack data structure, but additionally, each element is associated with a priority . stack: elements are pulled in last in first out order (e …

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