bipartite


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bipartite

1. affecting or made by two parties; bilateral
2. Botany (esp of some leaves) divided into two parts almost to the base
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The problem of decomposing the symmetric complete bipartite digraph [K.
My argument for rooting Tyconius's rule on the bipartite body of the Lord in this tradition consists of several steps.
A graph G is a bipartite graph if V(G) can be partitioned into two subsets U and V, called bipartite sets such that every edge of G joins a vertex of U and a vertex of V.
These characteristics suggest that spam blogs may share common spam words and that the blogs and words form large bipartite graph clusters.
This paper presents evidence for this bipartite model of dissociation, followed by definitions and descriptions of detachment and compartmentalization.
This approach is informed by al-Ghazali's bipartite cosmology, which divides existence between the physical world and the spiritual world.
Quantifying bipartite structure in large complex directed networks has proved to be very informative [7, 13, 17], and our aim here is to consider a specific bipartite pattern that takes account of the orientation of the connections in a directed network.
discuss matchings in bipartite graphs, network flow theory, the size and structure of maximum matchings, bipartite graphs with perfect matching, some graph theory problems related to matching, matching and linear programming, determinants and matching, matching algorithms, the f-factor problem, matroid matching, and vertex packing and covering.
We believe that this action is counterproductive, and would reverse the gains we have made thus far in mending this very important bipartite relationship," the union said.
3 Andy has a bipartite patella in his right knee, where the kneecap doesn't fuse together but stays as two separate bones.
What made OHSAH special was not only its strong bipartite governance but precisely the innovative decision to select a university-based researcher as its Founding Executive Director, someone who had long advocated worker involvement, (4) use of web technology (5) and establishment of data systems to guide interventions, (6,7) heralding a groundbreaking partnership.
The story follows a bipartite structure that first lays out the crime (a horse racing fix in 1930s Los Angeles) and then proceeds to the courtroom for its resolution.