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Node (autonomous system)
, behaviour for an ordinary differential equation near a critical point
, the place on a plant stem where a leaf is attached
), a cyborg with a donated human face that is used as a guide in the universe's largest library. See
Silence in the Library
, a spatial locus along a standing wave where the wave has minimal amplitude
Node (orbital mechanics)
: the point where an orbit crosses the equator; see
, point in a computer network.
, an originating or terminating point of information transfer in a telecommunications network
, a vertex in a graph, connecting two or more edges
, a device connected to a network, such as a computer or router
Node (computer science)
, a basic unit used to build
, a region in an electrical circuit where there is no change in potential
Node (computer gaming)
, a particular style of adventure game
, a literary project based on the novel
may also be:
, a basic unit in neural networks
, one of the components of a graph
A value that's used for function
may refer to:
, a protein involved in TGF beta signaling.
In other languages, the words for some meanings of "node" and "
" are the same.
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