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multiple edges

[‚məl·tə·pəl ′ej·əs]
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A graph has no multiple edges or loops while a multigraph is allowed to have multiple edges but has no loops.
This sets up a problem that has multiple edges, first families who live in the community have a widespread use of candles and lighters for lighting provided, and an almost similar battery consumption to listen to their radios, all of them highly polluting energy and much risk to users.
By a graph, we mean a finite undirected graph without loops or multiple edges.
A vertex from which a tree is started is called a root, and multiple edges from subsequent vertices are branches.
j] are the same, then there are multiple edges between those endpoints.
During this method, the SysClk output is over-sampled by inserting multiple edges throughout the tester period.
0 are the calibration of camera optics; the preservation of image integrity with nondestructive overlay; analytic geometric measurement; and the finding of multiple edges along different search areas.
Recall that the graph may have multiple edges, to begin with.
The software supports fully programmable point laser scan finder, discriminates between multiple edges in close proximity, and utilizes data from multiple edge finders, z-focus points, or laser scanners to analyze part characteristics.
I just filled in curves and splines between the multiple edges.
These surging, shifting spaces, extreme physical embellishments, an tortuous foreshortenings create an ambience that used to be called Baroque, and Itatani shares that movement's predilection for dramatic and theatrical effects Motion is all here, incessant movement always straining at the multiple edges that try to contain it.
This graph realization is of the adjacency-list type and is suitable for directed and undirected graphs (with multiple edges allowed).

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