A node in a tree that is descended from the same immediate ancestor(s) as other processes or nodes. The node may represent any data structure, or a system object such as a window or a process.
Windows that have the same parent window.
The siblings of a given peak have the same topographic parent. It is a useful term for discussing whether or not a higher peak is the parent or merely a sibling. For example, when talking about the prominence of Diamond Head, Atwell Peak is just a sibling, not the parent peak. The parent is Mount Garibaldi, becuase unlike Atwell, it has a contour line that surrounds Diamond Head.
A procedure with the same parent as the given procedure.
a child member of the same parent and on the same branch (same level)
a child of the current document's parent, not including the current document
a person with at least one parent or step-parent in common
Nodes at the same level and subsets of the parent node
Children of the same parents.
A member in a dimension hierarchy that is a child of the same parent as a specified member. For example, in a Time dimension with Year and Month levels, the members January 1997 and February 1997 are siblings.
A page with the same parent as another.
A tree node at the same level as another node, where both roll up into the same parent.
An entry that has the same parent as one or more other entries.
A blood relative that comes from the same set of parents.
Two nodes are siblings if they have the same parent node.
Any two or more nodes in a hierarchical structure that are on the same level in the hierarchy. The root node in a hierarchy has no siblings.
Two vertices in a rooted tree are siblings if they have the same parent.
An object that shares a common parent class with the object in question. [C