parallel edges

parallel edges

[¦par·ə‚lel ′ej·əz]
(mathematics)
Two or more edges that join the same pair of vertices in a graph. Also known as multiple edges.
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Many observers saw Terby's spot as a bright strip with parallel edges, while to others it looked elliptical or D-shaped, with the flat side of the D's semicircle defined by the shadow's edge.
The irregularity strength can be interpreted as the smallest integer for which can be turned into a multigraph by replacing each edge by a set of at most parallel edges, such that the degrees of the vertices in are all different.
2: Reconstruct the feature by joining the vertex points of parallel edges omitting the presence of the additional feature.
It's quite a similar sport to skiing because the parallel edges you're using are the same.
We consider graphs possibly with loops but with no parallel edges.
Starting from v, let z be the first vertex on both h([beta]) and h([beta]) where these paths split into two different directions (or just use a pair of parallel edges to reach the same vertex).
Redundant internal edges and parallel edges are removed as well.
I tipped the spool up and used my framing square and drywall square together to lay out parallel edges that would match the ones I made on the bottom.
First rout the profile on the two parallel edges of the table top that will join the leaves.
For example, ice crystals grown in supercooled clouds of pure water at -16 [degrees] C have branches with straight, parallel edges.
The protein and mineral crystals not only have parallel edges but also reveal matching crystal lattice characteristics in X-ray diffraction measurements.

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