root component

root component

[′rüt kəm′pō·nənt]
(computer science)
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All components except root component have a parent component and all component logics form a tree structure, as shown in Fig.
They noted when each root component first appeared and tracked its growth.
Each tree of F is called a component, and the root component is the tree containing the root vertex.
For instance, an enriched R-tree is either reduced to a single leaf, or consists of a root component (say, with k incident edges) in which each non-root incident edge is replaced either by a bud, or an enriched R-tree, or an enriched S-tree.
Painter" has a root component providing information about the painter and a number of paintings ([ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE C OMITTED] in the HDM sidebar).
Picture-Type" also has a root component and a number of paintings.
Subject" also has a root component and a number of paintings.
n] of the root component, that is, the component containing the vertex 1?
n] of the root component follows, after normalization, non-gaussian limit laws (gamma or beta).
This project is also reminiscent of the study of the 2-connected root component in a planar map [3], which also leads to non-gaussian limit laws.
Also, it offers "a matrix for understanding Gothic criminology as a theoretical perspective, by tracing its root components within strands of postmodern criminology and Gothic literary and film theory" (13).