A program that will grow realistic trees using the genetic algorithm.
Any perennial woody plant of considerable size (usually over twenty feet high) and growing with a single trunk.
Something constructed in the form of, or considered as resembling, a tree, consisting of a stem, or stock, and branches; as, a genealogical tree.
Using Little's definition quoted in Trees and Shrubs of California by John Stuart and John Sawyer, a tree is a woody plant with: one erect perennial stem or trunk of at least 3 inches (7.5 centimeters) in diameter at breast height (4.5 feet or 1.3 meters). a fairly well defined crown of foliage. a height of at least 13 feet (4 meters). By contrast, shrubs are generally smaller with multiple stems.
A large woody plant, with a single trunk branching above 1.5 meters tall.
A woody plant having one well-defined stem and a more or less definitely formed crown, usually attaining a height of at least 8 ft.
In arboricultural, the definition of tree is a woody plant with one main trunk and a rather distinct and elevated head. If not altered through human intervention.
A structure for organizing data that is composed of nodes and branches. Each node represents a piece of information. Nodes can have branches leading to other nodes. One node is labeled the root node. The root has no branches leading to it from other nodes. The root is usually used as the label for whole tree. Leaf nodes are nodes that do not have branches.
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a woody plant at least 5 metres high, with a main axis the lower part of which is usually unbranched.
(a) A large woody perennial plant having a single well-defined crown. Cf. Shrub. (b) As a legel term defined in forest law it includes not only trees as defined above, but also plants as shrub, bamboos, canes and even stumps and brushwood. (c) The stage of growth beyond the pole stages, when the rate of height growth being to slow down and crown expansion becomes marked.
A plant normally more than 5m high, usually with a single main stem of wood.
a woody plant with one main stem at least 12-15 feet tall.
A type of bus network topology in which the medium branches at certain points along its length connect stations or clusters of stations; also called a branching bus.
A perennial plant having a self-supporting woody main stem or trunk which usually develops woody branches. A tree, under the Soil Conservation Act, 1938, includes sapling, shrub and scrub in this definition.
Type of bus topology in which the network branches out at certain points along its length to connect stations or clusters of stations; also called a branching bus.
A woody plant usually with a clearly defined trunk with branches above.
plant with a single woody stem and a leafy canopy, usually well off the ground.
A tall, woody perennial plant usually with a single trunk. [RA
A woody perennial, usually more than five metres high and with a single trunk (eg oak).
a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
a figure that branches from a single root; "genealogical tree"
a being whose roots sink deep into the earth and whose top rises into the sky
a big plant with a stick up the middle
a branching diagram depicting nearest-neighbor relationships
a central beam with secondary lateral beams called branches and twigs
a dicot plant that has organize bundles called phloem (inner bark) that moves leaf produced food downward to the root system and the xylem (cambium) conducts water and dissolved minerals up the stem from the root system
a graphical representation of data that starts with a "root" object that has objects underneath it often referred to as "branches"
a highly compartmented, perennial, woody, shedding plant that is usually tall, single-stemmed, and long-lived
a large plant with a woody trunk, often having branches and leaves at some distances from the ground and living for more than two years, usually many many more years
a large, woody, long lived and shedding organism
a living creature which knows not only how to fix air, water and fire for the formation of its roots, trunk and branches, but how to attract and accumulate solar energy
a living organism that branches and spreads itself widely
a living system composed of roots, a trunk, branches, and leaves
a living woody plant
an oriented graph, because the branches have a direction (oriented arcs), i
a perennial plant (it lives for more than two years), of ligneous trunk, that ramifica to certain height of the ground
a perennial plant with a self supporting woody main stem
a plant and all growing organisms, whether plant or animal, consist of cells
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a plant which is firmly and deeply rooted in the ground, resistent to uprooting even by strong winds
a plant with a trunk, leaves, and roots
a relatively large woody plant ordinarily with a single upright stem, the trunk
a super plant that has a trunk and roots to help support it
a tall plant with a trunk and branches made of wood
a unity, though there is a vast diversity between the gnarled branches and the cones which it tosses on the forest floor
A woodyplant, generally single-stemmed, that reaches a height of more 15 feet at maturity. A tree has three major parts: roots, trunk and the crown.
(plant growth form): A vaguely defined growth form ("everyone knows what a tree is"), typically considered to comprise plants taller than 3 (occasionally 2 or 5 m) and to have a single basal trunk.
woody vegetation two inches or greater in diameter to be measured at ground level.
Indented hierarchical structure (branches, leaves) with multiple uses in PeopleSoft; for example, use to define an organization structure or chart of accounts, or use to display reporting relationships or dependencies
b . A data structure consisting of nodes which may contain other nodes via its branches. Unlike a tree in nature, the root node is usually represented at the top of the structure and does not have a parent node. All other nodes have a single parent. Nodes having no child nodes are called leaf nodes. An XML document represents a tree structure.
a woody plant over 2 meters tall, typically with one trunk
a woody plant usually over 20 feet high at maturity
a woody perennial plant that reaches a mature height of at least two and one-half meters (eight feet). has a well-defined stem and a definite crown shape.
Mathematically, an acyclic (cycle-free) line graph. Used to represent the evolutionary history of a set of taxa, with the leaves (or terminal branches) representing contemporary taxa and the internal branches representing hypothesised ancestors (see also rooted tree, unrooted tree).
A woody perennial plant having a single, usually elongated main stem or trunk with few or no branches on its lower part.
Heirarchical structures such as ODP's category structure can be visualized as a tree structure. In this analogy, base categories (such as Arts or Shopping) are considered roots of the tree, or root categories. Each level of subcategorization in the directory represents a branching of the tree from a thicker branch into several thinner branches. Subcategories at the edges of the structure where no further subcategorization is present are leaves or leaf categories. Related terms: Root Category, Branch Category, Leaf Category/Node, Second Level Category, Third Level Category
Small tree, usually 7 m tall. Parent Term: Habit Child Terms: Bole Bough Crown Treelet Trunk Tree_bole Tree_crown Tree_stem Tree_(larger) Palm_tree Tree Difficulty Level: Show examples
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A woody plant 3.0 in. in diameter at breast height, regardless of height (exclusive of woody vines).
perennial, woody species life form with a single stem (trunk), normally greater than 4 to 5 meters or 13 to 16 feet in height; under certain environmental conditions, some tree species may develop a multi-stemmed or short growth form (less than 4 meters or 13 feet in height).
A network architecture in which transmission routes branch out from a central point.
Tree A woody plant with a single main stem (the trunk), that is unbranched near the ground. At the end of each growing season there is no die-back of parts apart from the loss of foliage.
A way of organizing information in a hierarchy, with primary levels that have branches and sub-branches under them.
A woody perennial plant, usually with a single trunk or stem and growing eight or more feet tall.
A woody, perennial plant usually with a well-defined trunk.
woody plant with one main stem (trunk) at or near ground level
A woody plant growing to a height of 5 metres or more, often displaying a main trunk and somewhat symmetrical canopy. The lower part of the trunk can be free of branches for some distance.
Any tall plant, including many conifers and flowering plants, as well as extinct lycophytes and sphenophytes.
It might seem silly, at first, to define a tree. Everyone knows what a tree is . . . don't they? The difference between and tree and shrub can be defined without difficulty. A tree is "a woody perennial plant, typically large and with a well-defined stem or stems carrying a more or less definite crown --- note sometimes defined as attaining a minimum diameter of 5 inches and a minimum height of 15 feet at maturity, with no branches within 3 feet of the ground" [Society of American Foresters, 1998]. The problem is that some species can grow as trees or shrubs depending on climate and site conditions. A good example is black cherry. Throughout most of its range, it grows as a tree. But put on a poor site or along the northern edge of its range and it grows as a shrub. Species that are obviously trees further south will sometimes occur only as shrubs in the far north. [To return to previous page, click your browser's BACK button then scroll through the page to your last location
A woody plant with a distinct central trunk. Compare shrub.
A large woody plant that has a trunk which supports branches and leaves.
A woody plant, usually with a single main trunk or stem, which generally grows more than 20 feet tall.
A plant with a woody stem (trunk) that is unbranched for several feet above the ground.
1. a binary recursive data structure made up of conses and atoms: the conses are themselves also trees (sometimes called "subtrees" or "branches"), and the atoms are terminal nodes (sometimes called leaves). Typically, the leaves represent data while the branches establish some relationship among that data. 2. in general, any recursive data structure that has some notion of "branches" and leaves.
A tree is a plant that produces wood (made by xylem cells). These tall plants grow taller each year.
A tree is a large, perennial, woody plant. Though there is no set definition regarding minimum size, the term generally applies to plants at least 6 m (20 ft) high at maturity and, more important, having secondary branches supported on a single main stem or trunk with clear apical dominance (see shrub for comparison). Compared with most other plant forms, trees are long-lived.