A shoot or secondary stem growing from the main stem, or from a principal limb or bough of a tree or other plant.
Any division extending like a branch; any arm or part connected with the main body of thing; ramification; as, the branch of an antler; the branch of a chandelier; a branch of a river; a branch of a railway.
To shoot or spread in branches; to separate into branches; to ramify.
To divide as into branches; to make subordinate division in.
The graphical representation of an evolutionary relationship in a phylogenetic tree.
An edge or internode (connection between two nodes) on a tree (graph theory); on a phylogenetic tree, a branch is commonly used to represent a lineage, whether ancestral or terminal. The term is sometimes also used for an internode and all nodes and internodes distal to (descended from) it.
A portion of the folder tree which contains other folders and files
A specific area on a haplogroup or phylogenetic tree that has associated SNPs. For example, E1, E2, and E3 are all branches of haplogroup E.
Any member or part of a body or system; a distinct article; a section or subdivision; a department.
To divide into separate parts or subdivision.
a decision between two sets of instructions
an instruction that directs the Program Counter to go to a specific step, other than the next in the sequence
A portion of a real railroad that branches off from the main line to reach a town or industry or to connect with another railroad.
a funeral establishment that is part of a multi-unit enterprise within this state
a part of a family
a part of a y plant
a local office or shop of a business.
A department or office of a financial institution, identified by a sort code.
a grouping of officers that comprises an arm or service of the Army in which, as a minimum, officers are commissioned, assigned, developed and promoted through their company grade years
an office of a bank, other than the head office, where deposits are received, checks are paid and money is lent
Diverging from, or tributary to, a main stock, line, way, theme, etc.; as, a branch vein; a branch road or line; a branch topic; a branch store.
a path connecting two junctions
a point of divergence
a section of a circuit that has a complete path for current
The Union has a number of branches which are collections of members defined by area and/or sector. The branch also provides an umbrella for a number of chapels and will assist with issues relating to chapels and individual members wherever possible. Members or chapels with motions for ADM must do so through their branch. Chair A branch officer and representative, the Chair also presides over meetings ensuring that the correct procedures are followed. The current Chair of the branch is James Doherty.
a group of QDMA members who are interested in promoting the science and philosophy of QDM and the QDMA
a regional subset of it SMF Canada members, who come together to promote IT Service Management (ITSM) best practices in their region
a sub-topic that the facilitator sets up and invites class members to join for special discussion
an extension of a foreign enterprise and therefore has no separate and independent legal personality
an extension of a foreign enterprise that carries out the activities of the head office in the local area, and derives income from its operations in the said area
a subordinated establishment set up in Belgium by a foreign company on whose behalf and under whose responsibility it operates
An operation in a foreign country incorporated in the home country.
A branch is an element in a state machine where a single trigger leads to more than one possible outcome, each with its own guard condition.
a place within a state machine where a trigger leads to more than one possible outcome, each of which has an associated guard condition or the keyword else
a way of showing how a single incoming transition may take one of several outgoing transitions
A decision point in an Activity Diagram. Multiple Transitions emerge from the Branch, each with a Guard Condition. When control reaches the Branch, exactly one Guard Condition must be true; and control follows the corresponding Transition.
a natural consequence of development
a mechanism that CVS provides to isolate the changes being made by different development activities from each other
an ongoing line of development
A named line of development. Often these are tied to a repository in a many-to-one relationship. Other implementations are possible, for instance, Monotone supports fully distributed branches which do not exist exclusively on top of any particular repository, while other systems such as Darcs and Bzr tie branches to repositories in a one-to-one fashion.
a directory entry which contains all attributes of a segment while a link is a directory entry which contains the pathname of another directory entry
A segment selected from the response of the user or viewer. To jump from one location to another in a multimedia program.
A term used in interactive media programming which refers to the directions the program may take based on user responses. A branch is a program segment linked to other segments by decisions the program viewer makes.
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a stream or river connected to a larger one
A smaller stream that flows into (â€œbranchesâ€ off from) a larger one.
If watered, it will grow into a computer club (see computer club).
local unit of AAUW (not "chapter" or "club"). See national and NC lists of branches.
The basic local unit of AAUW (not chapter or club).
A local congregation. In areas where there are not enough members of the Church to create a ward, branches are formed within districts. Branch boundaries, like wards, are determined geographically.
The smallest congregational unit of the Church, a branch is a pre-cursor for a ward. In order to qualify for a ward, certain criteria must be met, among which are a minimum number of worthy priesthood holders.
A smaller congregation in an area where the Church is in a developing stage.
The Intel® Itanium® architecture supports several types of branches. These include conditional and unconditional branches (jumps), function calls and returns, and loop branches.
a change in the flow of control, such as an if , for , or do statement
A conditional transfer of control from any statement to any other statement in a component, or an unconditional transfer of control from any statement to any other statement in the component except the next statement, or when a component has more than one entry point, a transfer of control to an entry point of the component.
a EU-Rent location
a secondary location of a business
a secondary location of its headquarters