rebranch

rebranch

(riːˈbrɑːntʃ)
vb (intr)
(Biology) literary (of a branch, tree, evolutionary tree, etc) to branch again
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The lungs contain a network of airways that begin with the larger bronchial tubes and gradually diminish in size as they branch and rebranch.
This was constructing a sample cluster structure using average pair-wise link for 20,000 documents, applying a rebranch with branching factor 3 and cut threshold 0.
Examine the rows often, as many cutback seedlings will rebranch several times in the fast year.