simple path


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simple path

[′sim·pəl ′path]
(computer science)
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Any path from any node other than the sources will be a sub-path of a simple path already considered.
In that case, a generalized path defined by a column of W is, indeed, an edge set, although this edge set may not form a simple path.
Despite USC's history of BCS controversy, the Trojans enjoy a fairly simple path to the national championship game this year.
The VoiceXL feature "promises a powerful and refreshingly simple path to gain IVR efficiency while delivering a markedly better self-service experience to customers," according to Maggie Klenke, call center industry luminary, founding partner of the Call Center School and former vice president of TCS Management Group.
Rather, landowners have volunteered to do things as diverse as creating a simple path in their backyard to planting a stand of trees that are unique to the area.
When the Fenay Greenway was first suggested I thought it would be a comparatively simple path similar to the Sustrans route from Dunford Bridge to Penistone.
Leedy provides a simple path from brainstorming to binding using a cartoon page layout involving a couple of youngsters and their dog.
Car parking is carefully hidden in the bush and the house is approached through the cacti along a simple path aligned axially with the main thrust of the plan.
The completed visual establishes a simple path for the trier of fact during trial testimony.
At the start of the season it looked as though the Kingdom had a relatively simple path to the final - two games in Munster and a semi-final before the big day.
Trackers appear to offer a simple path for investors keen to gain access to shares, often within the tax shelter of an Isa.