directed network

directed network

[də¦rek·təd ′net‚wərk]
(mathematics)
A directed graph in which each arc is assigned a unique nonnegative integer called its weight.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In a directed network, one can move from node to node in one direction only.
The core of this directed network is much larger, consisting of 30 states: AL, AK, AR, CA, CO, CT, HI, IA, IL, IN, KS, NC, NH, NM, NV, LA, MI, MA, MO, MS, MT, MN, OH, OK, OR, RI, SC, TN, VA and VT.
He directed network connection of all the fields of the company through most modern electronic monitoring systems to follow-up production operations from the company headquarters in Khartoum.
The researchers pioneered a new technique that they dub "directed network wiring".
"Directed network wiring" comes from the creation of minimalist networks.
The constrained shortest path (CSP) problem aims at finding the shortest path from a predetermined source node to a predetermined destination node in a directed network under the constraint of being less than or equal to a given upper limit.
Let G = (V, E) be a directed network, where V = 1 ,...,n is the set of nodes and E = (i, j): i, j [member of] N, i [not equal to] j, is the set of directed edges.
We focus here on the case of an unweighted, directed network of N nodes, with no self-loops.
Quantifying bipartite structure in large complex directed networks has proved to be very informative [7, 13, 17], and our aim here is to consider a specific bipartite pattern that takes account of the orientation of the connections in a directed network.
Features include versatile networking, sophisticated password control, real-time and replay motion detection, instant replay, alarm inputs and relay outputs, directed network alarm display, multiple display selection, multiple image export formats, speed start, PTZ controls, and control by PC.
A simple example of a directed network is given in Chapter 4 of my Making the Alphabet Dance, where one changes a word to another word by removing the first letter and adding a letter at the end (as PEA to EAT, or OMIT to MITE).
Among the topics are network attacks and the data they affect, modeling user behavior in a network using computer event logs, community detection and role identification in directed networks: understanding the Twitter network of the care.data debate, the exponential random graph modeling of static and dynamic social networks, and temporal reachability in dynamic networks.

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