Cartesian product

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the set of elements common to two or more sets

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Distributing the centralized database to four databases and also parallelizing Cartesian Product computation algorithm obtains a speedup of 24.
Unlike selection and projection, operations such as Cartesian product and join are not straightforward extensions of their classical counterparts, as they must take into account the strategies for combining probabilistic tuples.
We shall seek examples which are the Cartesian product of a complete graph [K.
From now on, we always use this version of the cartesian product with a derivative of one of the [H.
The domination related problems on the Cartesian product seems to be the most problematic among standard products.
More information about the (edge) connectivity of the Cartesian product graphs can be found in [4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 15, 16].
We have given the distance and the Cartesian product of two support neutrosophic sets.
Keywords: efficient open domination, Cartesian product, vertex labeling, total domination
We are interested in the cartesian product of codes in the Hamming graphs H(n, q) and H(n', q').
2] are the strong interval valued neutrosophic graphs, then the cartesian product [G.
A Cartesian ACC is obtained by performing the Cartesian product of two or more of these one-dimensional complexes.
In each case, the product of graphs G and H is another graph whose vertex set is the Cartesian product V (G) x V (H).
The cartesian product of two fuzzy sets [6] was introduce by Bhattacharya and Mukherjee in 1985.
This study examines the relationship between the grasp of consciousness of the reasoning process in Grades 5 and 8 pupils from a public and a private school, and their performance in mathematical problems of Cartesian product.
On its turn, [27] evinces that generalized Cartesian product rules, based on this formula, outperform Gaussian rules for some situations of interest.