**adjacency** — index conjunction, contact (touching), propinquity (proximity) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 … Law dictionary

**adjacency** — [ə jā′sən sē] n. 1. the quality or state of being adjacent; nearness 2. pl. adjacencies an adjacent thing … English World dictionary

**adjacency** — A term describing the relationship formed between certain neighboring routers for the purpose of swapping routing information. Adjacency is based on the use of a common network segment … Dictionary of networking

**adjacency** — gretimumas statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. adjacency vok. Benachbarkeit, f; unmittelbare Umgebung, f rus. смежность, f pranc. adjacence, f … Automatikos terminų žodynas

**adjacency** — adjacent ► ADJECTIVE ▪ next to or adjoining something else. DERIVATIVES adjacency noun. ORIGIN from Latin adjacere lie near to … English terms dictionary

**Adjacency matrix** — In mathematics and computer science, an adjacency matrix is a means of representing which vertices (or nodes) of a graph are adjacent to which other vertices. Another matrix representation for a graph is the incidence matrix. Specifically, the… … Wikipedia

**Adjacency list** — In graph theory, an adjacency list is the representation of all edges or arcs in a graph as a list.If the graph is undirected, every entry is a set of two nodes containing the two ends of the corresponding edge; if it is directed, every entry is… … Wikipedia

**Adjacency pairs** — An adjacency pair, used in conversational analysis, is a pair of conversational turns by two different speakers such that the production of the first turn (called a first pair part) makes a response (a second pair part) of a particular kind… … Wikipedia

**adjacency** — noun (plural cies) Date: 1646 1. something that is adjacent 2. the quality or state of being adjacent ; contiguity … New Collegiate Dictionary

**adjacency** — /euh jay seuhn see/, n., pl. adjacencies. 1. Also, adjacence. the state of being adjacent; nearness. 2. Usually, adjacencies. things, places, etc., that are adjacent. 3. Radio and Television. a broadcast or announcement immediately preceding or… … Universalium