branch point

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branch point

[′branch ‚pȯint]
(computer science)
A point in a computer program at which there is a branch instruction.
(electricity)
A terminal in an electrical network that is common to more than two elements or parts of elements of the network. Also known as junction point; node.
(mathematics)
A point at which two or more sheets of a Riemann surface join together.
In bifurcation theory, a value of a parameter in a nonlinear equation at which solutions branch off from the basic solution.
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Finally, the researchers have identified the earliest branching point between the cardiac and vascular lineages, and shown that Notch1 marks the early progenitor committed to the vascular lineage during early embryonic development.
For now, these differences are just another branching point for researchers to further understand how autism affects our brain and behavior.
When the gas temperature was less than 113 [degrees]C, less total deposit was formed than 2-4 m downstream from the branching point.
In branching point of Bleiburger loop it comes to the establishment of the station re-Village Aich with attached P & R Anlage.
We recall that a point b [member of] T is a branching point of a tree T if T\{b} has at least three connected components.
The uppermost branching point in the trunk of a tree is the uppermost point in the trunk of degree greater than 2.
Alumae studied small stationary elastic axisymmetric vibrations of a truncated conical shell of revolution in [36], and noted that in some frequency range the equations of membrane vibrations have a branching point in the interval of integration.
The distance from the inguinal ligament to the first branching point of the femoral nerve was measured.
In BIL, a branching point is a goto instruction with input-depended target or an if instruction.
But at the branching point leading to gorillas, chimps and humans - which represents an ancestor that lived roughly 10 million years ago - the enzyme becomes a powerful alcohol digester.
6, in general, a relaxation spectrum reflects topology structure and melt strength for polymer in macroscopic view, whereas it reflects the molecular structure, density of branching point and molecular weight for polymer in microscopic view.