acyclic graph

acyclic graph

[ā¦sīk·lik ′graf]
(mathematics)
A graph with no cycles. Also known as forest.
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Precedence constraints, required execution times of the tasks, and communication costs among them are modeled using a directed acyclic graph (DAG) named task-graph.
Then gir (Ne{G, I)) = [infinity] if [absolute value of G] = 1, since Ne (G, I) is acyclic graph if and only if [absolute value of G] = 1.
Leaf Recognition for Plant Classification Using Direct Acyclic Graph Based Multi-Class Least Squares Twin Support Vector Machine.
In the framework~s basic version, an agent is characterized by a directed acyclic graph (DAG) over the set of all relevant random variables.
This observation, which is illustrated by a directed acyclic graph [30] (Figure 2), may suggest that effect of the R allele on the heart is a direct phenomenon rather than a phenomenon mediated via dyslipidemia or renal dysfunction.
1 [6] Let F be an acyclic graph and let [[summation].
A directed acyclic graph is built which directs the flow of packets and ensures its reachability to all the other nodes.
Here, an application program is represented by a directed acyclic graph (DAG).
Complex extract, transform, load (ETL) can be done by either chaining scripts together so that the output of one is the input to another or using a workflow engine like Apache Oozie with actions arranged in directed acyclic graph (DAG) to gate actions.
Definition: (Semantic Relationship Graph) Semantic Relationship Graph is a directed acyclic graph SRG (V, E, W), where V is a set of vertices, each of which corresponding to a table in the database.
The intruder pits against the greens, who form a directed acyclic graph, with one source (the top of the volcano) and many sinks representing the lake.
In contrast to classification and regression, where the output is a single scalar value, in our case the output is a data structure, such as a tuple or a directed acyclic graph.