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  • 181Hollow matrix — In mathematics, a hollow matrix may refer to one of several related classes of matrix.parseA hollow matrix may be one with few non zero entries: that is, a sparse matrix [cite book | author=Pierre Massé | title=Optimal Investment Decisions: Rules …

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  • 182Confluence nodes — In ecology, confluence nodes are pulses of enrichment that occur at the adjacency of contrasting habitats, such as where a forest meets a river. These habitats are often refuges for animals. Categories: EcologyEcology stubs …

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  • 183Community structure — In the study of complex networks, a network is said to have community structure if the nodes of the network can be easily grouped into (potentially overlapping) sets of nodes such that each set of nodes is densely connected internally. In the… …

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  • 184Reciprocity in network — A lot of theoretical efforts have been made to study the nontrivial properties of complex networks, such as clustering, scale free degree distribution, community structures, etc. Here Reciprocity is another quantity to specifically characterize… …

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  • 185Catalyst 6500 — The Catalyst 6500 is a modular chassis switch manufactured by Cisco Systems since 1999, capable of delivering speeds of up to 400 million packets per second [http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/modules/ps2797/ps5138/index.html Cisco Catalyst… …

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  • 186Geometry shader — A geometry shader (abbreviated GS ) is a shader program model introduced with Shader Model 4.0 of DirectX 10 [ [http://msdn.microsoft.com/en us/library/bb509626(VS.85).aspx msdn: Shader Models vs Shader Profiles] ] . NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GPUs were …

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  • 187Examples of generating functions — The following examples are in the spirit of George Pólya, who advocated learning mathematics by doing and re capitulating as many examples and proofs as possible. The purpose of this article is to present common tricks of the trade in context, so …

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  • 188Forwarding Information Base — A Forwarding Information Base (FIB), also known as a forwarding table, is most commonly used in network bridging, routing, and similar functions to find the proper interface to which the input interface should send a packet to be transmitted by… …

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  • 189Graph product — A graph product is a binary operation on graphs. There are several similarly defined operations on graphs, called product . Given two graphs G1 and G2 , their product H is a graph such that * the vertex set of H is the Cartesian product V(G 1)… …

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  • 190Interactional sociolinguistics — is concerned with how speakers signal and interpret meaning in social interaction. The term and the perspective are grounded in the work of John Gumperz (1982a, 1982b) who blended insights and tools from anthropology, linguistics, pragmatics, and …

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  • 191Jornada Basin LTER — Jornada Basin Long Term Ecological Research program, in collaboration with the USDA ARS Jornada Experimental Range, studies the causes and consequences of desertification. Is interested in spatial and temporal variation in desertification… …

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  • 192Philip Tew — Professor Philip Tew (born 1954) is an English academic. Professor in English (Post 1900 Literature) in the School of Arts at Brunel University [http://www.brunel.ac.uk/about/acad/sa] , Tew is a leading expert in the field of contemporary and… …

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  • 193Electro-optical MASINT — is a subdiscipline of Measurement and Signature Intelligence, (MASINT) and refers to intelligence gathering activities which bring together disparate elements that do not fit within the definitions of Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Imagery… …

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  • 194Topological index — For topological index in mathematics, see Atiyah–Singer index theorem. In the fields of chemical graph theory, molecular topology, and mathematical chemistry, a topological index also known as a connectivity index is a type of a molecular… …

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  • 195Conductance (graph) — For other uses, see Conductance. In graph theory the conductance of a graph G=(V,E) measures how well knit the graph is: it controls how fast a random walk on G converges to a uniform distribution. The conductance of a graph is often called the… …

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  • 197Network Probability Matrix — The Network Probability Matrix describes the probability structure of a network based on the historical precence or absence of edges in a network. For example, individuals in a social network are not connected to other individuals with uniform… …

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  • 198Distance-hereditary graph — A distance hereditary graph. In graph theoretic mathematics, a distance hereditary graph (also called a completely separable graph)[1] is a graph in which the distances in any connected induced subgraph are the same as they are in the original… …

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  • 199Coates graph — In mathematics, the Coates graph or Coates flow graph, named after C.L. Coates, is a graph associated with the Coates method for the solution of a system of linear equations.[1][2] The Coates graph Gc(A) associated with an n × n matrix… …

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  • 200Cyclic (mathematics) — There are many terms in mathematics that begin with cyclic: Cyclic chain rule, for derivatives, used in thermodynamics Cyclic code, linear codes closed under cyclic permutations Cyclic convolution, a method of combining periodic functions Cycle… …

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