# vertices

## Definitions

### from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

• n. A plural of vertex.

### from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

• n. Plural form of vertex.

### from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

• n. Latin plural of vertex.

## Etymologies

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## Examples

• The individuals in the graph are called the vertices, or nodes.

SuperCooperators

• Frequency is determined by the distance between vertices aka triangle size

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• Assuming the order of the vertices is a, b, ..., f in Fig. 6.38, construct a 6.8 depth-first spanning forest; indicate the tree, forward, back and cross arcs, and indicate the depth-first numbering of the vertices.

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• Since the only changing aspect of the vertices is the heights - the

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• On Planarity you have blue dots (called vertices) connected by lines

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• In this framework the vertices are the elements satisfying s (x) = x (and hence

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• We can also define subclasses that implement 'vertices' differently than 'polygon'.

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• For example, if you have "vertices" turned on in the Snap & Glue dialog box, you can glue connectors to a target shape's corners.

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• In mathematics, and especially in topology, a graph is an abstract object consisting of a number of points ( "vertices") and lines ( "edges") connecting those points, and is used to study networks and similar objects.

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• Error 13 error C2065: 'vertices': undeclared identifier c: \users\simon\documents\visual studio 2008\projects\objects\mesh. cpp 21 objects

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