Associations to the word «Steiner»
STEINER POINT, noun. (electronics) One vertex of a Steiner tree.
STEINER POINT, noun. (graph theory) An extra vertex that is not a member of the input.
STEINER POINT, noun. (geometry) The point on the circumcircle of a triangle that lies at the intersection of three lines through the vertices of the triangle, where those lines are parallel to the corresponding sides of the first Brocard triangle.
STEINER POINT, noun. (geometry) The geometric centroid of the system obtained by placing a mass equal to the magnitude of the exterior angle at each vertex of the system.
STEINER POINT, noun. (geometry) Any of the 20 points located at the 3 by 3 intersections of the 60 Pascal lines which are produced by extending the triplets on opposite sides of a conic section in Pascal's theorem for all permutations of verices.
STEINER POINTS, noun. Plural of Steiner point
STEINER TREE, noun. (geography) The minimum weight connected subgraph of a graph that includes all the vertices of that graph.
STEINER TREES, noun. Plural of Steiner tree
STEINER, noun. Austrian philosopher who founded anthroposophy (1861-1925).
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