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bipartite

affecting or made by two parties; bilateral.

BIPARTITE. Of two parts. This term is used in conveyancing as, this indenture bipartite, between A, of the one part, and B, of the other part. But when there are only two parties, it is not necessary to use this word.

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Then the bipartite fuzzy stochastic differential equation (18) has a unique local solution.
Based on Lemma 2, we know that the roots of [??](0) are at s = 0 if the topology of the systems is an undirected bipartite graph.
Carter, "Traumatic separation of a bipartite patella," Injury, vol.
Zhang, "Bipartite network projection and personal recommendation," Physical Review E, vol.
Bipartite patella is usually observed incidentally during radiographic examinations and it has been classified into three types by Saupe: type 1 at the sub polar patella (5%), type 2 at the patella lateral edge (20%), type 3 at the superolateral (75%).
In a bipartite graph, the notation [N.sup.d](p) refers to the set of nodes having a depth or a path of length d from a particular node p where p can be a bit node [c.sub.i], 0 [less than or equal to] i [less than or equal to] n-1 or a check node [f.sub.s], 0 [less than or equal to] s [less than or equal to] k-1.
Can we prove that, for some absolute constant k [greater than or equal to] 3 and every non-exceptional bipartite graph G, we have [[chi]'.sub.irr](G) [less than or equal to] k?
Nemes, "Bilateral peroneus longus tendon rupture through a bipartite os peroneum," The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, vol.
Let H be the bipartite graph with bipartition (A, B) where A = [V.sub.1] [union] [V.sub.2] [union] ...
The word graph of a knight-graphable word is bipartite, and the degree of every vertex is 8 or less.
Out of 77 patients, in 37 (48%) patients lesser sesamoids were bipartite located on the plantar aspect of the 5th Metatarsal of the foot.
Regarding the modality of bipartite negotiation, the minister affirmed that when tripartite collective bargaining was not convened in the 1990s, only 15% of the Uruguayan population received wage increases.