bipartition


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bi·par·tite

 (bī-pär′tīt′)
adj.
1. Having or consisting of two parts.
2.
a. Having two corresponding parts, one for each party: a bipartite contract.
b. Having two participants; joint: a bipartite agreement.
3. Botany Divided into two portions almost to the base, as certain leaves.

[Latin bipartītus, past participle of bipartīre, to divide into two parts : bi-, two; see bi-1 + partīre, to part (from pars, part-, a share; see perə- in Indo-European roots).]

bi·par′tite′ly adv.
bi′par·ti′tion (-tĭsh′ən) n.
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1 Suppose that G = G(V, E) has a bipartition V = [V.
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i) Throughout this paper, a bicoloured graph is a bipartite graphs with a specified ordered bipartition.
i] [member of] V(G) form an independent set I of G, and therefore G is a split graph with bipartition V(G) = C [union] I.
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2]] and that this algebra has a bipartition degree given by the exponent partitions in the two sets of variables.