arborescence


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ar·bo·res·cent

 (är′bə-rĕs′ənt)
adj.
Having the size, form, or characteristics of a tree; treelike.

[Latin arborēscēns, arborēscent-, present participle of arborēscere, to grow to be a tree, from arbor, tree.]

ar′bo·res′cence n.
References in classic literature ?
Thus passed the leafy time when arborescence seems to be the one thing aimed at out of doors.
La principale caracteristique est que son mode de pensee est en arborescence.
A diagnosis of lipoma arborescence of bilateral knee joint and suprapatellar compartment was made based on classical imaging findings of fat signal intensity frond-like synovial proliferation with associated effusion.
Une arborescence des themes et des sous-themes a ete creee pour faire ressortir les ecarts de discours entre les acteurs, notamment entre les employeurs et les representants syndicaux.
A Steiner Arborescence with root r consists of a subdivision of Arcs (directed edges) as A' [subset] A and (V(A'), A') for any vertex t [member of] T\{r} including a directed route from r to t.
It is not obvious like a tree, with a main trunk and branches, this is the model of arborescence that Deleuze and Guattari (1987: 15) critiqued when they said "we're tired of trees".
Preliminary evaluation: The effects of aloe ferox miller and Aloe arborescence Miller on wound healing.
Similarly, every graded rooted arborescence (same as forest but each node is higher than its children) is a skeletal poset.
Les tenants de la premiere ont eu tendance a representer l'evolution biologique et l'evolution culturelle au moyen d'une arborescence, modele selon lequel plusieurs branches distinctes emergent a partir d'une racine unique (Darwin 1859).
Jazz Arborescence Aaron Parks WHEN he was just 15, Aaron Parks was already reading maths, computer science and music at the University of Washington.
We also saw Arborescence Capital, who met with the energy minister; it looks like they will be mainly cooperating on solar energy.