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adjacency

[ə′jās·ən·sē]
(computer science)
A condition in character recognition in which two consecutive graphic characters are separated by less than a specified distance.

Adjacency

The location of elements in a planning diagram, placed and ranked according to their relative importance, including their interconnections.

adjacency

(networking)
A relationship between two network devices, e.g. routers, which are connected by one media segment so that a packet sent by one can reach the other without going through another network device. The concept of adjacency is important in the exchange of routing information.

Adjacent SNA nodes are nodes connected to a given node with no intervening nodes. In DECnet and OSI, adjacent nodes share a common segment (Ethernet, FDDI, Token Ring).
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We can determine [absolute value of ([E'.sub.n])] by considering the upper half of the main diagonal of the adjacency matrix of [Q.sub.n].
These invariants can be regarded as discrete random variables with the number of possible outcomes bound by the size of the available alphabet, either binary (in the case of adjacency matrices) or decimal (in the case of other invariants).
Let [pi] = Cay([Z.sub.n], [OMEGA]) be the Cayley graph on the cyclic group [Z.sub.n] as before with the adjacency matrix [mathematical expression not reproducible], and characteristic polynomial [[PHI].sub.[pi]](x) then is
Adjacency pairs, as defined previously, may appear to be a conversational phenomenon that is extremely trivial in content and rigid in form.
With these considerations in mind, a split-level approach to lab and office adjacency affords both co-location of analytical staff with other groups in the office area and only a half-level separation between analytical lab operations and both office areas.
Here represented are the results, where adjacency matrix columns and rows correspond to the indication in letters that match the conditions IDs of interaction patterns between the project participants (Fig.
The adjacency matrices of these molecular graphs are constructed with the help of TopoCluj [5].
The intuitionistic fuzzy digraph G(F, P) of the gas pipeline network, shown in Figure 4, is represented by the following adjacency matrix:
NCON value is incremented or decremented each time an adjacency is created or destroyed.
The adjacency matrix [A.sub.mn x mn] of [??](m, n) can be put in a block matrix form with blocks: