vertex

(from the article `Feynman diagram`) ...with the fundamental interactions of matter, in particular the electromagnetic force, the strong force, and the weak force. The basic interaction ... As used in graph theory, the term graph does not refer to data charts such as line graphs or bar graphs. Instead, it refers to a set of vertices ......
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vertex

(vur´teks) the summit or top, especially the top of the head (ver´tex cra´nii).
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vertex

[n] - the highest point (of something) 2. [n] - the point of intersection of lines or the point opposite the base of a figure
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Vertex

• (n.) The point in any figure opposite to, and farthest from, the base; the terminating point of some particular line or lines in a figure or a curve; the top, or the point opposite the base. • (n.) The top, or crown, of the head. • (n.) The zenith, or the point of the heavens directly overhead. • (n.) A turning point; the prin...
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vertex

peak 1 apex noun the highest point (of something); `at the peak of the pyramid`
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Vertex

[anatomy] In arthropod and vertebrate anatomy, the vertex (or cranial vertex) refers to the upper surface of the head. In humans, the vertex is formed by four bones of the skull: the frontal bone, the two parietal bones, and the occipital bone. These bones are connected by the coronal suture between the frontal and parietal bones, the sagit...
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Vertex

[company] Jason Donahue, CEO Vertex North America Keshav Gaur - CEO Vertex India ==Acquisition/Disposal== The company acquired Indian call centre operator and BPO provider Shell Transource Limited in 2010. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Since 2011, Vertex has sold off multiple business units. In September 2011, Vertex sold their priv...
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Vertex

[computer graphics] A vertex (plural vertices) in computer graphics is an object, that has certain attributes, one of which is its position. A vertex is a data structure, that describes certain attributes, among which, the position of a point in 2D or 3D space. Display objects are composed of arrays of flat surfaces (typically triangles) an...
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Vertex

[curve] In the geometry of curves, a vertex is a point of where the first derivative of curvature is zero. This is typically a local maximum or minimum of curvature, and some authors define a vertex to be more specifically a local extreme point of curvature. However, other special cases may occur, for instance when the second derivative is ...
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Vertex

[geometry] In geometry, a vertex (plural vertices) is a special kind of point that describes the corners or intersections of geometric shapes. ==Definitions== ===Of an angle=== The vertex of an angle is the point where two rays begin or meet, where two line segments join or meet, where two lines intersect (cross), or any appropriate combina...
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Vertex

[graph theory] In mathematics, and more specifically in graph theory, a vertex (plural vertices) or node is the fundamental unit of which graphs are formed: an undirected graph consists of a set of vertices and a set of edges (unordered pairs of vertices), while a directed graph consists of a set of vertices and a set of arcs (ordered pairs...
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Vertex

Ver'tex noun ; plural Vertexes , Latin Vertices . [ Latin vertex , -icis , a whirl, top of the head, top, summit, from vertere to turn. See Verse , and confer Vortex .] A turning point; the principal or highest point; top; summit; crown; apex. ...
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vertex

1. <anatomy> A turning point; the principal or highest point; top; summit; crown; apex. Specifically: the top, or crown, of the head. ... 2. <astronomy> The zenith, or the point of the heavens directly overhead. ... 3. <mathematics> The point in any figure opposite to, and farthest from, the base; the terminating point of some par...
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vertex

A zero-dimensional unit of a one-or-higher dimensional figure. A vertex is the intersection point of two edges. It is the zero-dimensional analog of edge, face, cell, and teron.
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Vertex

An extreme point of a polyhedron or a node in a graph or network.
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Vertex

An intermediate point in a polyline.
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Vertex

dorsal or top portion of head.
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vertex

In geometry, a point shared by three or more sides of a solid figure; the point farthest from a figure's base; or the point of intersection of two sides of a plane figure or the two rays of an angle
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vertex

Latin = summit; hence the highest point on the skull.
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Vertex

See: Point.
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Vertex

The crown area of the scalp
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Vertex

The crown area of the scalp.
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Vertex

The crown area of the scalp.
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Vertex

The crown of the fetal head. The vertex is the first part of the head that will be seen as the baby is crowning during a vaginal birth.
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Vertex

The point found in the western section of a horoscope that indicates the intersection of the eclipti
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