Similar words: epigraph, epigraphy, calligraphy, calligrapher, calligraphic, stratigraphy, tardigrade, graph. Meaning: ['daɪgrɑːf] n. two successive letters (especially two letters used to represent a single sound: `sh' in `shoe').

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(1) The same ideas apply in

*digraphs*, except that all the edges must point in the same direction.(2)

*Digraph*will be constructed by using the dependence of the left of subset's FD. Some nodes will help to decompose a subschema of BCNF. The key of the subschema is the left or left's equivalence.(3) Operator recognizes that the single

*digraph*character and the two individual characters are equivalent.(4) By using the matrix representation of a

*digraph*, some results about the index of convergence and period of a line digraph are obtained.(5) A directed graph, or

*digraph*G consists of a finite nonempty set of vertices V, and a finite set of edges E, where an edge is an ordered pair of vertices in V.(6) Special primitive two-colored digraphs whose uncolored

*digraph*consist of two cycles are considered.(7) A strongly connected

*digraph*D is one in which any vertex can be reached from any other vertex by a directed path.(8) A fast algorithm for generating Chinese word segmentation

*digraph*was given.(9) Signed

*Digraph*incarnates the coalescent modelling thought of qualitative analysis and quantitative analysis[Sentencedict], and the standardized modeling for a complex system can be realized by signed digraph.(10) The algorithm is also suitable to an Eulerian

*digraph*.(11) Special primitive two-colored digraphs whose uncolored

*digraph*consist of two cycles arc considered.(12) A

*digraph*D is hamiltonian if D contains a hamilton directed cycle.(13) A semicomplete multipartite

*digraph*is obtained by replacing each edge of a complete multipartite graph by an arc or by a pair of two mutually opposite arcs.(14) We shall abbreviate'directed graph'to

*digraph*.(15) A

*digraph*D is unilateral.(16) Next, we come to the notion of a directed graph, sometimes called a

*digraph*.(17) There fore we study the kings of locally semicomplete

*digraph*by its characterization.(18) In this paper, we provide a necessary condition and several sufficient conditions for a

*digraph*to have a pair of disjoint quasi-kernels.(19) According to the target motion state basis at different times, the algorithm can match sub-model-set based on the

*digraph*.(20) To resolve this contradiction, a variable structure multiple-model algorithm based on

*digraph*switching and unscented Kalman filter is presented.(21) By using Boolean matrix, some results of power convergence exponent of line

*digraph*are given.(22) Line 1 declares your graph, called G, and its type (a

*digraph*).(23) Thus, the problem of efficiently finding the basic set of directed circuits in a

*digraph*is solved.(24) There is no good algorithm for finding shortcut in the directed

*digraph*.(25) On the basis of the discussions, an algorithm for finding all directed circuits from walk matrix of

*digraph*is presented.(26) In this note we give a short proof of enumeration of functional

*digraph*.(27) The second is to locate the ones which are isolated in the instant-center

*digraph*or those which are not within any instant-center circuit.(28) A two-dimensional placement method of minimum area is presented by

*digraph*representation.(29) Algorithms searching for a directed Euler tour in a Eulerian

*digraph*and the shortest Euler trial in a non-Eulerian digraph are also developed.(30) Secondly, by analyzing the characteristic of ants system, we make ants connect the similar data. We advance an adaptive ant clustering algorithm based on

*digraph*(A3CD) which is more direct and easier.More similar words: epigraph, epigraphy, calligraphy, calligrapher, calligraphic, stratigraphy, tardigrade, graph, graphic, grapheme, anagraph, graphite, diagraph, bar graph, graphics, polygraph, telegraph, geographer, paragraph, geography, graphical, line graph, monograph, holograph, graph paper, ideograph, autograph, thermograph, biography, homograph.