bifurcation definition

  • noun:
    • A division into two limbs.
    • anyplace in which the one thing divides into two.
    • The act of bifurcating; branching or dividing in two.
    • Either of forks or any other limbs resultant from these types of a division.
    • A place in which two roads, tributaries an such like. component or meet.
    • the main point where a channel divides when continuing from seaward.
    • The change inside qualitative or topological construction of a given family as decribed by bifurcation theory.
    • A command that executes one block or other of instructions depending the result of a condition.
    • A forking, or division into two limbs.
    • A forking or unit into two branches; split into two parts or things; in optics, same as double refraction. See refraction.
    • A point from which forking happens; one or each of the bifurcating components.
    • especially, in location, the unit of a stream into two components, every one of which connects with an alternative river system: since, the bifurcation of this top Orinoco.
    • the place where some thing divides into two limbs
    • the act of splitting into two branches
    • a bifurcating part (one or both of them)
    • A division into two branches.
    • Any place in which the one thing divides into two.
    • The work of bifurcating; branching or dividing in two.
    • Either associated with forks or other limbs resultant from these types of a division.
    • somewhere where two roads, tributaries an such like. component or meet.
    • The point where a channel divides whenever continuing from seaward.
    • the alteration inside qualitative or topological construction of confirmed family members as decribed by bifurcation concept.
    • A command that executes one block or any other of instructions based the consequence of an ailment.
    • A forking, or unit into two branches.
    • A forking or division into two branches; separation into two parts or things; in optics, just like double refraction. See refraction.
    • a spot from which forking happens; one or both of the bifurcating components.
    • especially, in location, the unit of a stream into two components, each of which connects with a unique lake system: since, the bifurcation associated with the upper Orinoco.
    • where something divides into two limbs
    • the act of splitting into two branches
    • a bifurcating branch (one or both of them)

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