edge cover

edge cover

[′ej ‚kəv·ər]
(mathematics)
A set of edges in a graph such that every vertex of positive degree is the vertex of at least one of the edges in this set.
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The solution was to create a slab edge cover to conceal variations.
[13] proposed an edge cover heuristic to cover the edges in the lower layer with a brick to combine them tight and Testuz et al.
In the West, instead of a path through a couple hundred yards of hardwoods or along edge cover, game trails between food and bedding cover can sometimes span miles and multiple canyons.
If there's edge cover nearby--such as the mixed lines of Kissimmee grass, spike-rush and other grasses common to Florida lakes--you're likely to find largemouth bass herding shad into a vulnerable position.
However, some important problems in graphs are NP-hard optimization ones such as finding the minimal vertex cover [33]and edge cover [34].
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The smallest number of vertices in any cover for G is the covering number [[alpha].sub.0] and the smallest number of edges in edge cover for G is the edge covering number [[alpha].sub.1].
They use the meadows as performance stages for their mating ritual and the edge cover for the females to lay their eggs.
Most hunters know that deer are "edge" animals--meaning they travel and feed near edge cover. When you think of an edge, you probably think of an abrupt one, such as where a field meets timber.
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Scouting edge cover: Walking field edges is another way you can learn enough to pick good stand sites without ruining your hunting area.