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clique

[klēk]
(mathematics)
In a graph, a complete subgraph of that graph.

Clique

 

a group of people striving to achieve by any available means base, selfish aims (for example, a court clique or fascist clique).

clique

(mathematics)
A maximal totally connected subgraph. Given a graph with nodes N, a clique C is a subset of N where every node in C is directly connected to every other node in C (i.e. C is totally connected), and C contains all such nodes (C is maximal). In other words, a clique contains all, and only, those nodes which are directly connected to all other nodes in the clique.

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The Kleek has already seen an increase in community size of almost 4000% and over 90 designs have been submitted and approved.
Even so, Van Kleek said there is a need to let the public know classes are available locally.
A medida que el desarrollo cognitivo avanza, los sujetos logran verbalizar el analisis sobre el codigo (Gombert, 1992; Karmiloff, 1996; van Kleek, 1994, 1995; Levy, 1999; Smith, 1984).
He is joined by Gary Kleek and Bruce Branch, both former Arrest-Rogers executives, and Barbara Davidson, also formerly of Arvest.
1984; Kosslyn, Van Kleek & Kirby, 1990; Poltrock & Brown, 1984) where a relationship between self-reports of imagery and a variety of imagery measures and spatial tests was not observed reveals that items used on self-report measures were very different to those used on the other measures.
At the 1934 meeting of the of the National Conference of Social Work, Mary van Kleek urged social workers to aban don their "'Illusions Regarding Government'" and recognize it as a defender of "property rights" (Reynolds, 1963, p.