color class

color class

[′kəl·ər ‚klas]
(mathematics)
In a given coloring of a graph, the set of vertices which are assigned the same color.
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8220;Canada Grade A” maple syrup shall be regarded as in a color class set out in Column I, if its percentage of light transmission is that set out in Column II in a table within the latest Safeguards bulletin (http://newsletter.
In this study, color class number is based on the grade series provided in ArcGIS color category which takes the color hue and color value into account.
2] In arbitrary a strictly i-coloring of H, the vertex set X of H is divided into i partitions, and each partition is a non-empty subset of monochromatic, we call it as the color class.
The technique used for this study has also been applied to other high-speed sorting applications such as detection of Karnal bunt in wheat, wheat kernel color class, and segregating of wheat into high and low protein classes.
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Data from each camera is analyzed by a computer the board's color class.
If your recollections of color theory classes involve bored students working out tedious assignments with gouache or colored papers, you would be surprised by Marc Barr's color class at Memphis College of Art.
i) At least one color class include at least with more than 3 vertices, and the remaining color classes include at least a verte[x.
phi]* if v has many neighbors from every color class of [phi]* other than its own, and these neighbors are also "safe" w.
19: New York chapter, hair color class, Hilton Newark Airport, Newark, NJ.
optimized the procedure so that correct color class can be determined in 10 minutes.
With this system there is now a tool that can efficiently evaluate lumber by its color class and mark, or sort it accordingly," said Terry Coffey, president of Group Seven Systems.