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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 concepts of interlace and bipartition have also been mentioned in connection with the contempo-rary sagas (Ursula Brown, `Introduction', in Porgils saga ok Haflida (London, 1952), pp.
Reciprocally, an inclination of the evolving field of kinship and affinal ties in the direction of a sex-linked bipartition tends to prompt the reiteration of side-consistent classificatory and normative phenomena.
i) Throughout this paper, a bicoloured graph is a bipartite graphs with a specified ordered bipartition.
Let V (G) = V1[union] V2 be a bipartition of G, such that [V.
Asano, Bhattacharya, Keil and Yao [12] later gave optimal O (n log n) algorithm using maximum spanning trees for minimizing the maximum diameter of a bipartition.
Additional complexity arose with Evagrius and Gregory Nazianzus, who applied tripartite depiction to both healthy and degenerative political and ascetic life, thus recuperating Aristotle's "surely correct interpretation" of Platonic degenerative tripartition as a bipartition into rational and passable A transition to Plotinus is F.
The support of each bipartition was determined from 100-bootstrap samples.
La bipartition entre un carnaval blanc et un carnaval afro-americain ne suffit pas non plus a l'analyse.
We call the two sets in the bipartition of V(A) bosons and fermions, though the actual choice is mostly arbitrary and we do not consider it part of the data.
Asano, Bhattacharya, Keil and Yao [25] later gave optimal O (n log n) algorithm using maximum spanning trees for minimizing the maximum diameter of a bipartition.