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path

(path),
A road or way; the course taken by an electrical current or by nervous impulses.
See also: pathway.
[A.S. paeth]

path

(path)
The route or course along which something travels.
[A.S. paeth]

path

(path)
1. A road or way.
2. Course taken by an electrical current or by nervous impulses.
[A.S. paeth]
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When the search area is too large to cover exhaustively, searches can follow roads, drainage lines, or some other predefined search path (MacKay et al.
Different search path can be obtained by using the query feature of different [beta].
(b) if ([S.sub.k,j;R] > [S.sub.k,j;L]) [nabla] ([S.sub.k,j;R] > C([alpha])) holds true, then the right-child node [cA.sub.k-1,2j] is selected and involved into the current search path; meanwhile, the left-child [cA.sub.k-1,2j-1] is discarded.
As the graphic design faculty member noted, researchers want a clear, attractive, efficient, and replicable search path. Open-ended questions with qualitative data are critical in learning about users' visual preferences.
Since VQ indices are encoded in a raster scan order, the solid boundary squares encoded before SC are chosen as search points (SPs), and the dotted boundary squares encoded after SC are not considered on a search path as non-search points.
For this, both negative and positive search paths should be stored, so it would be paths with something critical or important in them.
[IHSA.sup.*] describes the procedure which takes the state transition process from one state level to the next and the development of the optimal job sequence is illustrated graphically using search path diagrams.
We consistently seek to understand how they're interacting with content, where and how they want to receive it, what they feel is the better search path. At the same time, our commitment to librarians and libraries remains strong.
If the line section was previously switched in distribution system optimization during an interval, then the line section is not a candidate to close and this search path is disqualified.
Science today searches for answers, but what it really needs is a valid search path. Life did not begin by accident.
But we also wondered about research that did not include a record of the search path. Third, some were not very computer literate and could not remember how to email the documentation or tried and failed.
(The answer key supplies the search path in case students need assistance as they work.