directed acyclic graph


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directed acyclic graph

(DAG) A directed graph containing no cycles. This means that if there is a route from node A to node B then there is no way back.
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Robust causal inference using directed acyclic graphs: the R package 'dagitty'.
a) Directed acyclic graph (DAG) for coexposure amplification bias.
We consider two types of graph topology: (i) layered directed acyclic graphs (layered DAGs) and (ii) random directed acyclic graphs (random DAGs).
Some tasks need the data generated by the other tasks; hence, there will be precedence constraints among tasks, and the problem can be modeled using a directed acyclic graph (DAG) so-called task graph.
Luo, "Consensus pursuit of heterogeneous multi-agent systems under a directed acyclic graph," Chinese Physics B, vol.
Here, task scheduling of an application program is represented by a directed acyclic graph (DAG).
Complex extract, transform, load (ETL) can be done by either chaining scripts together so that the output of one is the input to another or using a workflow engine like Apache Oozie with actions arranged in directed acyclic graph (DAG) to gate actions.
Moreover, in TMSCRO, the concept of constrained critical paths (CCPs) [5] and constrained-criticalpath directed acyclic graph (CCPDAG) are applied to creating initial population in order to speed up the convergence of TMSCRO.
In order to further reduce network congestion, this paper proposes a directed acyclic graph (DAG) based multipath routing algorithm.
BN is a graphical model whose basic elements are nodes and set of directed links between multiple nodes that creates a directed acyclic graph (DAG) [12].
A Destination-Oriented Directed Acyclic Graph (DODAG) is a term used in [1] to describe a directed acyclic graph with exactly one root, where a root is a node which has no outgoing edges.