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bi·par·tite

(bī-par'tīt),
Consisting of two parts or divisions.

bipartite

(bī-pär′tīt′)
adj.
1. Having or consisting of two parts.
2. Botany Divided into two portions almost to the base, as certain leaves.

bi·par′tite′ly adv.
bi′par·ti′tion (-tĭsh′ən) n.

bipartite

[bīpär′tīt]
having two parts.

bipartite

adjective Referring to two equal or nearly equal parts.

bi·par·tite

(bī-pahrtīt)
Consisting of two parts or divisions.

bi·par·tite

(bī-pahrtīt)
Consisting of two parts or divisions.
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The two most northerly Chinook salmon populations, Marble River and Colonial River (within the Quatsino Sound grouping), formed the first bipartition when ([epsilon][bar.
The faster search method with bi-PORGS may forgo the guarantee of an optimal solution, but it can tackle larger problems, with the limitation being the number of populations in the first bipartition.
11) Scheffler has argued that such bipartitions are best viewed not as distinct entities but as `aggregates of like kinship relationships .
The expression `super-set' is used here to indicate that the possibility of representing the marriage network by means of a bipartite graph (see Hage and Harary 1991) does not, in itself, imply the existence of such bipartitions as culturally recognised units.
Note that any chromotopology A can be ranked as follows: take one choice of bipartition of V (A) into bosons and fermions.
Aristotle's criticisms in De anima of "a particular kind of bipartition that was developed in the Academy out of tripartition by bringing together the spirited and the appetitive faculties" are thus consistent with his view that boulesis and emotion lie within the "alogical" (pp.
Phylogenetic analysis of both the F and the N genes showed a further bipartition of subgroup A2.
2]] and that this algebra has a bipartition degree given by the exponent partitions in the two sets of variables.
46) Terry Penner argues that Plato's arguments justify only a bipartition of the soul: "The fact that thumos always takes reason's part when there is a conflict with appetite suggests that Plato doesn't really have an argument for thumos and reason being different parts .
1 Bipartitions can mimic traumatic injury2 but are generally bilateral and have smooth cortical margins.
The present proportionality--driven ordering is to be preferred in that it yields a more balanced subclassification consisting of six cases of oneto-one correspondence, two bipartitions, and one tripartition.