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overlapping

[¦ō·vər¦lap·iŋ]
(computer science)
An operation whereby, if the processor determines that the current instruction and the next instruction lie in different storage modules, the two words may be retrieved in parallel.

Overlapping

Forms extending over and covering part of an area or surface that has a common alignment; it may be slight or significant, as long as there is a common surface between the elements.
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Legarda said the delimitation or division of the overlapping EEZ of opposite states shall be settled by an agreement on the basis of international law in order to achieve an equitable solution.
There was no bitterness in that sense kasi nga there was no overlapping,' he added.
Overlapping genes are described as genes whose genomic regions overlap to some extent.
These selected weeks experienced the most overlapping events for each year as we mentioned in Section 2.2.
In this paper, we try to explore the performance of information propagation in social networks with overlapping community structures and the above social behaviors.
Stagnation points are reduced because overlapping layers are more inherently balanced than single layers, and also because each semi-deflector is "tuned to flush," Guill says.
With respect to the IDMAs of low performing funds, the coefficients of Overlapping Ratio for low performing funds (i.e., Overlapping Ratio (Low) in Column 3, Relative Number of Directorships in Column 5, or Relative Overlapping Ratio in Column 6) are all significantly negative.
We say that [tau] has the minimal overlapping property or [tau] is minimally overlapping if the smallest n such that there exists [sigma] [MEMBER OF] [S.sub.n] such that [tau]-mch([sigma]) = 2 is 2j - 1.
Unlike the HH coil, most evaporator coils (or heat exchangers) are manufactured by expanding a tube into a fin, which creates an overlapping surface (a collar) and a circular crevice (nook) around this interface (regardless of the coil material)--an inaccessible safe haven for microbes.
Rnd 3: Knit to marker, work overlapping leaves patt between markers, knit to marker at end of round.
Therefore, overlapping community detection in mobile networks is usually of more practical significance.
(3) Y([P.sub.Aa], [P.sub.Ab]): [P.sub.Aa] and [P.sub.Ab] are overlapping but not from A, and the 2-overlap path can have one or multiple 2-overlap individuals.