# in+no+degree

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**Degree diameter problem**— In graph theory, the degree diameter problem is the problem of finding the largest possible graph G (in terms of the size of its vertex set V) of diameter k such that the largest degree of any of the vertices in G is at most d. The size of G is… …62

**Degree Day**— A unit for measuring the extent that the outdoor daily average temperature (the mean of the maximum and minimum daily dry bulb temperatures) falls below (in the case of heating, see Heating Degree Day), or falls above (in the case of cooling,… …63

**Degree completion program**— A degree completion program is an educational program providing a way for learners to get college credit for learning that they acquired through life and work experience. Degree completion programs, unlike diploma mills, work within the… …64

**Degree matrix**— In the mathematical field of graph theory the degree matrix is a diagonal matrix which contains information about the degree of each vertex. It is used together with the adjacency matrix to construct the Laplacian matrix of a graph. Definition… …65

**Degree of coherence**— In optics, correlation functions are used to characterize the statistical and coherence properties of an electromagnetic field. The degree of coherence is the normalized correlation of electric fields. In its simplest form, termed g(1), it is… …66

**Degree of ionization**— A plasma lamp, illustrating a low degree of ionization (i.e. a partially ionized gas) The degree of ionization refers to the proportion of neutral particles, such as those in a gas or aqueous solution, that are ionized into charged particles. A… …67

**Degree**— (Roget s Thesaurus) >Relative quantity. < N PARAG:Degree >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 degree degree grade extent measure amount ratio stint standard height pitch Sgm: N 1 reach reach …68

**degree**— de•gree [[t]dɪˈgri[/t]] n. 1) any of a series of steps or stages, as in a process or course of action; a point in any scale 2) cvb a stage or point in or as if in progression or retrogression: We followed the degrees of her recovery with joy[/ex] …69

**degree**— /dəˈgri / (say duh gree) noun 1. a step or stage in an ascending or descending scale, or in a course or process. 2. Genetics, Law, etc. a certain distance or remove in the line of descent or consanguinity. 3. a stage in a scale of rank or… …70

**degree**— n. 1 a stage in an ascending or descending scale, series, or process. 2 a stage in intensity or amount (to a high degree; in some degree). 3 relative condition (each is good in its degree). 4 Math. a unit of measurement of angles, one ninetieth… …71

**Degree of polymerization**— The degree of polymerization, or DP, is usually defined as the number of monomeric units in a macromolecule or polymer or oligomer molecule.[1][2][3] For a homopolymer, there is only one type of monomeric unit and the number average degree of… …72

**Degree of anonymity**— In anonymity networks (e.g. Tor, Crowds, Mixmaster, Tarzan, etc.) it is important to be able to measure quantitatively the guarantee that is given to the system. The degree of anonymity d is a device that was proposed at the 2002 Privacy… …73

**degree*/*/*/**— [dɪˈgriː] noun 1) [C] a unit for measuring temperature, that is often shown as a number followed by the symbol ° It will probably be a few degrees colder by the weekend.[/ex] 2) [C] a unit for measuring angles, that is often shown as a number… …74

**degree-day**— ̷ ̷ˈ ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ noun : a unit that represents one degree of declination from a given point (as 65°) in the mean outdoor temperature of one day and is often used in measuring fuel requirements of buildings * * * /di gree day /, n. Engin. one degree …75

**degree-day**— /di gree day /, n. Engin. one degree of departure, on a single day, of the daily mean temperature from a given standard temperature. Abbr.: dd Also, degree day. Cf. cooling degree day, growing degree day, heating degree day. [1925 1930] * * * …76

**degree Plato**— (°P) a unit measuring sugar content, especially of the wort, the unfermented liquour from which beer is made. Named for a German chemist, one degree Plato represents a sugar content equivalent to 1% sucrose by weight. Not all the sugar in a… …77

**Degree of start-stop distortion**— In telecommunication, the term degree of start stop distortion has the following meanings: In asynchronous data transmission, the ratio of (a) the absolute value of the maximum measured difference between the actual and theoretical intervals… …78

**Degree of curvature**— This article is about the measure of curvature. For other uses, see degree (angle). Degree of curve or degree of curvature is a measure of curvature of a circular arc used in civil engineering for its easy use in layout surveying. A n degree… …79

**degree, academic**— Title conferred by a college or university to indicate completion of a course of study or extent of academic achievement. In medieval Europe there were only two degrees: master (a scholar of arts and grammar) and doctor (a scholar of philosophy,… …80

**Degree**— A man s degree was his rank or station in the medieval world. Magnates disputed precedence at the highest level in the king s household, when the higher ranked had better access to the king. Degree determined where one sat at the king s table if… …