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  • 141Typographical error — Typo redirects here. For other uses, see Typo (disambiguation). For the Wikipedia Typo Team, see Wikipedia:Typo. A typographical omission of the word not in the sentence Thou shalt not commit adultery. This printing of the Bible has become known… …

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  • 142Teeko — is an abstract strategy game invented by John Scarne in 1945 and rereleased in refined form in 1952 and again in the 1960s. Teeko was marketed by Scarne s company, John Scarne Games Inc..The Teeko board consists of twenty five spaces arranged in… …

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  • 143Arak, Iran — For the administrative subdivision, see Arak County. Arak اراك   city   …

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  • 144Potts model — In statistical mechanics, the Potts model, a generalization of the Ising model, is a model of interacting spins on a crystalline lattice. By studying the Potts model, one may gain insight into the behaviour of ferromagnets and certain other… …

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  • 145RETAIN — is a mainframe based database system, accessed via IBM 3270 terminals (or more likely, emulators), used internally within IBM providing service support to IBM field personnel and customers.The acronym RETAIN stands for REmote Technical Assistance …

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  • 146Kirchhoff's theorem — In the mathematical field of graph theory Kirchhoff s theorem or Kirchhoff s matrix tree theorem named after Gustav Kirchhoff is a theorem about the number of spanning trees in a graph. It is a generalization of Cayley s formula which provides… …

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  • 147Degree matrix — In the mathematical field of graph theory the degree matrix is a diagonal matrix which contains information about the degree of each vertex. It is used together with the adjacency matrix to construct the Laplacian matrix of a graph. Definition… …

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  • 148100000 (number) — List of numbers – Integers 10000 100000 1000000 Cardinal One hundred thousand Ordinal One hundred thousandth Factorization 25 · 55 Roman numeral C Roman numeral (Unicode) …

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  • 149Perron–Frobenius theorem — In linear algebra, the Perron–Frobenius theorem, proved by Oskar Perron (1907) and Georg Frobenius (1912), asserts that a real square matrix with positive entries has a unique largest real eigenvalue and that the corresponding… …

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  • 150Algebraic graph theory — is a branch of mathematics in which algebraic methods are applied to problems about graphs. In one sense, algebraic graph theory studies graphs in connection with linear algebra. Especially, it studies the spectrum of the adjacency matrix, the… …

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  • 151Biadjacency matrix — In mathematics and computer science, the biadjacency matrix of a finite bipartite graph G with n black vertices and m white vertices is an n times; m matrix where the entry a ij is the number of edges joining black vertex i and white vertex j .… …

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  • 152List of NP-complete problems — Here are some of the more commonly known problems that are NP complete when expressed as decision problems. This list is in no way comprehensive (there are more than 3000 known NP complete problems). Most of the problems in this list are taken… …

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  • 153K-core — K cores in graph theory were introduced by Seidman in 1983 and by Bollobas in 1984 as a method of (destructively) simplifying graph topology to aid in analysis and visualization. They have been more recently defined as the following by Batagelj… …

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  • 154Surfel — is an abbreviation of surface element . In 3D computer graphics, the use of surfels is an alternative to polygonal modeling. An object is represented by a dense set of points or viewer facing discs holding lighting information. Surfels are well… …

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  • 155List of mathematics articles (S) — NOTOC S S duality S matrix S plane S transform S unit S.O.S. Mathematics SA subgroup Saccheri quadrilateral Sacks spiral Sacred geometry Saddle node bifurcation Saddle point Saddle surface Sadleirian Professor of Pure Mathematics Safe prime Safe… …

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  • 156Theory of Colours — Infobox Book name = Theory of Colours title orig = Zur Farbenlehre translator = Charles Eastlake [http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi m0422/is 2 82/ai 64573524/pg 6] image caption = Light spectrum, from Theory of Colours – Goethe observed that… …

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  • 157Bidirectional Forwarding Detection — (BFD) is a network protocol used to detect faults between two forwarding engines. It provides low overhead detection of faults even on physical media that don t support failure detection of any kind, such as ethernet, virtual circuits, tunnels… …

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  • 158Five color theorem — The five color theorem is a result from graph theory that given a plane separated into regions, such as a political map of the counties of a state, the regions may be colored using no more than five colors in such a way that no two adjacent… …

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  • 159Object graph — An Object graph is a view of an object system at a particular point in time. Whereas a normal data model such as a UML Class diagram details the relationships between classes, the object graph relates their instances. Object diagrams are subsets… …

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  • 160Supreme Commander — Infobox VG title = Supreme Commander developer = Gas Powered Games Hellbent Games (X360) publisher = THQ Aspyr media (X360) designer = Chris Taylor engine = Moho version = 3280 released = Microsoft Windows vgrelease|International|INT|February 16 …

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