adjacency structure

adjacency structure

[ə′jās·ən·sē ‚strək·chər]
(mathematics)
A listing, for each vertex of a graph, of all the other vertices adjacent to it.
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And the complex anatomical adjacency structures of the splanchnic nerves and the retroperitoneal space around the kidney may explain the little clinical practice of the laparoscopy on the nerves, which requires accurate anatomic location (Wang e al.).