 circuit edges

the soft edges of a circuit binding.[190510]
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circuit edges — noun plural : the projecting flaps in a divinity circuit binding * * * the soft edges of a circuit binding. [1905 10] … Useful english dictionary
Circuit edges — Канты мягкой кожаной переплётной крышки, сгибающиеся над обрезами блока … Краткий толковый словарь по полиграфии
Circuit rank — The circuit rank of a graph G (also known as the cyclomatic number of G) is the minimum number r of edges to remove from the graph to make it cycle free. It has the formula r = m − n + c, where m is the number E(G) of edges in G, n is the… … Wikipedia
Circuit (computer theory) — A circuit in computer theory is a theoretical structure simulating electrical and data paths, in which voltage and binary values enter at the beginning of the circuit, go through gates which do some computation and output an answer. An important… … Wikipedia
circuit binding — noun : divinity circuit binding * * * a bookbinding having soft edges that project beyond and fold over the edges of the pages to protect them. Also called divinity circuit, yapp, yapp binding. [1905 10, Amer.] … Useful english dictionary
circuit binding — a bookbinding having soft edges that project beyond and fold over the edges of the pages to protect them. Also called divinity circuit, yapp, yapp binding. [1905 10, Amer.] * * * … Universalium
Boolean circuit — A Boolean circuit is a mathematical model of computation used in studying computational complexity theory. Boolean circuits are the main object of study in circuit complexity. A formal language can be decided by a family of Boolean circuits, one… … Wikipedia
divinity circuit binding — noun : a style of bookbinding that is often used for Bibles and hymnbooks and that is characterized by rounded corners on both book and cover and by a flexible leather cover with projecting flaps bent over to protect the edges of the leaves… … Useful english dictionary
divinity circuit — divinity circuit, a flexible leather book binding with projecting flaps which enclose the edges of the book, used for binding Bibles and other books of special edition … Useful english dictionary
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