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leftmost

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • adj leftmost farthest to the left "the leftmost non-zero digit"
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Usage

In literature:

Of the columns, two are of Infantry, the leftmost and the rightmost, on each hand, hidden as much as possible; one is of Cavalry in the middle.
"History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XX. (of XXI.) Frederick The Great--Friedrich is not to be Overwhelmed: The Seven-Years War Gradually Ends--25th April, 1760-15th February, 1763." by Thomas Carlyle
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In science:

Initially, the right side receives little stress, so it has only one leg (leftmost picture).
Multiagent Control of Self-reconfigurable Robots
Let r be the root of Tl and r ′ the leftmost son of r .
Random incidence matrices: moments of the spectral density
Here the subsheaf described explicitly in the statement of the theorem is the image of the leftmost map, and the sheaf L which determines the differentials of eV is the kernel of the second map.
On Resolving Singularities
Each common subsequence corresponds to a path from the leftmost to the rightmost point of the lattice.
High precision simulations of the longest common subsequence problem
It follows from the definition of T1 that the tableau T is obtained by changing the r1 rightmost letters + of T1 (i.e. the leftmost letters + of w(T1 )) into the corresponding letters −.
An algorithm for computing the global basis of an irreducible $U_{q}(sp_{2n})$-module
Let τ ′ be the tabloid obtained by changing in w(τ1 ) the r1 leftmost letters + (not immediately followed by their corresponding letters −) by letters −.
An algorithm for computing the global basis of an irreducible $U_{q}(sp_{2n})$-module
Obviously, the gauge variation of σa ’s is represented by the same set of diagrams pictured in Fig. 2(b,c,d),6 with the only difference that the leftmost vertex (µν ) in these diagrams is now generated by σa,α cα instead of Dα µν cα .
General Covariance in Quantum Gravity
The width of the plot corresponds to one bin; therefore, the leftmost point and the rightmost point are the same.
A Search for Gamma-Ray Bursts and Pulsars, and the Application of Kalman Filters to Gamma-Ray Reconstruction
However, it “wraps around” at the leftmost part of the region where those solutions are found.
Embedding a Native State into a Random Heteropolymer Model: The Dynamic Approach
Indeed, if σ ∈ [k ]n avoids τ, and σ contains s > 0 copies of the letter k, then the letters k appear as leftmost or rightmost letters of σ .
Partially Ordered generalized patterns and k-ary words
Proof: The proof is by induction with respect to the standard (leftmost) reduction.
Retractions of Types with Many Atoms
Underflows and overflows are shown in the leftmost and rightmost bins.
Gamma-ray Polarimetry
This property is obvious in the renewal context: it follows from the regenerative property of R (applied at the leftmost point of R to the right of E1 ) taken together with the memoryless property of the exponential distribution.
Bernoulli Sieve
Shifting the origin to the leftmost point of R0 ∩ [z ∗, ∞] enables to view R on the new scale as the range of a delayed renewal sequence.
Bernoulli Sieve
Taking the difference of the leftmost terms in the preceding two equations, we conclude that R f Vx,y (η )dη ≤ 2(C ′ − β ).
Random Surfaces
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