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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
 n. A plural of vertex.
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 n. Plural form of vertex.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
 n. Latin plural of vertex.
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The individuals in the graph are called the vertices, or nodes.

Frequency is determined by the distance between vertices aka triangle size

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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