Edge or EDGE may refer to:
Other articles related to "edge, edges":
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... An edge contraction is an operation which removes an edge from a graph while simultaneously merging the two vertices it used to connect ... to H can be obtained from G by contracting some edges, deleting some edges, and deleting some isolated vertices ... are connected, with self-loops and multiple edges allowed (that is, they are multigraphs rather than simple graphs) the contraction of a loop and the deletion of a cut-edge are forbidden operations ...
... EarthLink completed its acquisition of New Edge Networks April 13, 2006 ... New Edge Networks is a CLEC that provides network solutions to businesses through direct and wholesale channels ... New Edge differentiates itself from its competition with its private backbone and MPLS network product ...
... Edge of Appalachia Preserve is a series of ten adjacent nature preserves located along the Appalachian Escarpment in Adams County, Ohio ... The area encompassing the Edge of Appalachia Preserve was first studied by ecologist Emma Lucy Braun in the 1920s ... Conservancy purchased 42 acres (170,000 m²) near Lynx, Ohio that the Edge of Appalachia Preserve was created and established as a protected preserve ...
... An edge case is a problem or situation that occurs only at an extreme (maximum or minimum) operating parameter ... An edge case can be expected or unexpected ... the process of planning for and gracefully addressing edge cases can be a significant task, and one that may be overlooked or underestimated ...
Famous quotes containing the word edge:
“In a coign of the cliff between lowland and highland,
At the sea-downs edge between windward and lee,
Walled round with rocks as an inland island,
The ghost of a garden fronts the sea.”
—A.C. (Algernon Charles)
“And hiving wisdom with each studious year,
In meditation dwelt, with learning wrought,
And shaped his weapon with an edge severe,
Sapping a solemn creed with solemn sneer.”
—George Gordon Noel Byron (17881824)
“A lonely man is a lonesome thing, a stone, a bone, a stick, a receptacle for Gilbeys gin, a stooped figure sitting at the edge of a hotel bed, heaving copious sighs like the autumn wind.”
—John Cheever (19121982)