diagonal process

diagonal process

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(Logic) maths logic a form of argument in which a new member of a set is constructed from a list of its known members by making the nth term of the new member differ from the nth term of the nth member. The new member is thus different from every member of the list
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When [m.sub.r] = 3q + 2, processors assigned to blocks that are not on the main diagonal process two blocks every 3(q + 1) steps.