branch point


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branch point

[′branch ‚pȯint]
(computer science)
A point in a computer program at which there is a branch instruction.
(electricity)
A terminal in an electrical network that is common to more than two elements or parts of elements of the network. Also known as junction point; node.
(mathematics)
A point at which two or more sheets of a Riemann surface join together.
In bifurcation theory, a value of a parameter in a nonlinear equation at which solutions branch off from the basic solution.
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m]) are always employed to characterize the symmetry of macromolecular chain and the density of branch point.
The inferior gluteal nerve branch point was chosen as the proximal limitation for surgical dissection of the upper sciatic nerve.
She said: "From our branch point of view this is the first day of continuing action, and I assume that from the point of view of the other unions if they don't reach an agreement over the pensions situation they could strike again too.
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Moore and colleagues called on federal managers to consult with veterinary, conservation, animal welfare, and other experts to develop clear ethical, scientific, and legal criteria for each decision branch point on the tree.
At the common branch point there is a modal deficiency and along the bifurcated trajectory there is modal ambiguity.
4] [member of] C, respectively, shows that each branch point is the end point of exactly three different subarcs from [GAMMA].
In a previous study of branching in Neurospora, it was determined that branching at the tip is not a tip autonomous process, but that branching is controlled at least in part by a factor or factors at or near the previous branch point.
At this point, the additional constraint of having a fixed branch point at the center of the star molecules that is incapable of slippage increases the zero shear viscosity of the star samples to well above that of the linear control.
4] correspond to the arrivals of various head wave rays, while the branch point [y.
1,2] connects the branch point w2 with w3, and the arc [[GAMMA].
In people with antherosclerosis, fatty deposits may build up at the branch point -- the place where you feel your pulse.