acyclic graph

acyclic graph

[ā¦sīk·lik ′graf]
(mathematics)
A graph with no cycles. Also known as forest.
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The IOTA Tangle on the other hand, is a stream of interlinked and individual transactions known as a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG).
Within the directed acyclic graph framework of assumptions, the relationship between infection and depression was vulnerable to bias from loss to follow-up, but separate data from the Swedish Death Registry demonstrated increased risk of suicide among individuals exposed to pregnancy infection.
(2[R] Some contemporary epidemiologists developed new methodological tools for causal inference, like the theory or contra-factual model (4) and representation of causal effects through the Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG).
By counting the pre-images of the function [PSI] : GL(n, [Z.sub.2])\ [LAMBDA](P) [right arrow] [G.sub.l] defined by [PSI]([[lambda]]) = G where G is the acyclic graph whose adjacency matrix is B([[LAMBDA].sub.*]) - [I.sub.l], Choi [2] obtains the following formula for the number of small covers over P.
Finally, a directed acyclic graph that explains the interconnecting pathways between the defence processes was mapped (Blast2GO > Graphs > Make GO Graph)
It ignored the process of block and chain, choosing instead to develop a directed acyclic graph (DAG), or a collection of non-circular nodes that allow connectivity and transactions between humans and machines.
Launched: 2017 Market value: 3.8 billion The strengths: IOTA'S system does not use a blockchain, instead employing a shared ledger based on a mathematical structure called a directed acyclic graph. It aims to be a currency used by internet-of-things devices to buy, sell, and trade data, whether the transaction partners are other devices or customers like technology companies.
Directed acyclic graph (DAG) for simple confounding by coexposure.
A tree is a connected acyclic graph. In the introductory paper, Griggs and Yeh [1] proved that X([P.sub.n]) = 4 for n [greater than or equal to] 5; [lambda](T) is either [DELTA] + 1 or [DELTA] + 2 for any tree T with maximum degree [DELTA].
A chemical tree is a connected acyclic graph having maximum degree 4.