closed path

closed path

[¦klōzd ′path]
(mathematics)
In a graph, a path whose initial and final vertices are the same.
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We continue by estimating a specific line integral of the electric field outside the wire along the closed path shown in Fig.
Ninety-eight percent of students are excited about 'GameDay,' " said Andrew East, a CMS employee, as he stood beside a closed path.
TestShell's access control is achieved by providing a single protect path for interacting with lab devices through integration with firewalls and access switches if used, and by allowing users to define an open or closed path according to the device reservation time span.
The shortest closed path has to be chosen of all cutting tool paths along which a cutting tool would pass, once through each hole.
The left hand side of Equation 1 shows the closed path as part of the integration and the right hand side shows the closed path as the circumference of the area.
4) Interpreting the above results along these lines means that where the line integrals of the magnetic vector potential along a closed path for the left and right sides of the body overlap, the macroscopic wave function will be a superposition of the contributions from both sides of the body; this is where the water to be measured is placed.
This will include additional algorithms needed to process data collected from Eddy Covariance systems over uneven topography, and with closed path systems that use long, unheated intake tubes.
The best tour represents the best tool path; a tour is a closed path which traverses each city only once.
The G1301-f enables true 10 Hz flux measurements of CO2 and CH4 in a closed path system which requires virtually no maintenance.
Eye-catching typographic designs can also be created by manipulating fully editable text on any path or inside any closed path.
Nexell has developed a closed path process, utilizing its proprietary cell selection and culture technologies, to facilitate the transition from small-scale laboratory production of dendritic cells to the larger, clinical-grade quantities required for human clinical trials and, eventually, routine clinical use.
Hence, oriented RFPLs where by convention all closed paths are oriented clockwise are said to be (ordinary) RFPLs.