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The point where the surface of an optical element (e.g. lens) crosses the optical axis
where the Prime Vertical meets the ecliptic in the west
A point in 3D space, usually given in terms of its Cartesian coordinates
(nuclear or particle physics) the interaction point
The highest point of something
The highest surface on the skull
{n} xenith, point overhead, top of any thing, any point
(n) The coincidental termination of two or more edges, defined by a point in space This point indicates a transition from one edge to another and is often the juncture of two or more faces (surfaces)
The highest point or apex of a figure; the intersection of lines or curves; the endpoint of an element A point on a solid where three or more faces meet
In a polygon, a point of intersection of two sides In a polyhedron, a vertex of a face
A point in 3D space that defines a corner of one or more polygons
A point at which two or more lines (for instance, edges) intersect
– The point of intersection of two sides of an angle
vertices vertexes the point where two lines meet to form an angle, especially the point of a triangle
A 3D location where two or more lines meet
the point of intersection of lines or the point opposite the base of a figure
The point in any figure opposite to, and farthest from, the base; the terminating point of some particular line or lines in a figure or a curve; the top, or the point opposite the base
A three dimensional geometric location, used for defining the edges of an element Also known as coordinates, points, or nodes
the point where the surface of an optical element crosses the optical axis
Where edges of a polyhedron or sides of a polygon meet at a point
(plural: vertices) The mathematical term for one of the corners of a polyhedron, where the edges come together At the vertices of a geodesic dome, edges typically come together in groups of 5 or 6
The top, or crown, of the head
A turning point; the principal or highest point; top; summit; crown; apex
(Vertices) One (or more) of the points at which lines or planes meet in a figure; for example, a corner of a polygon or polyhedron
A vertex of a figure is a corner The plural of vertex is vertices For example, a triangle has 3 vertices Now here's a problem for you: How many vertices does a square have?
This is the region of the top of the head between the rearmost ocelli and the back of the head
the highest point (of something); "at the peak of the pyramid"
The point opposite to the base of a (plane or solid) figure; the point in a curve or surface at which the axis meets it; an angular point, as of a triangle or polygon
A point occurring along an arc between nodes that defines the shape of the arc
Corner of a System formed by Convergence of Lines or Edges
a point on an object where three or more edges meet -- " a line segment between two vertexes " (257)
A source or a target for a transition in a state machine A vertex can be either a state or a pseudo-state See: state, pseudo-state
One of a set of ordered x,y coordinates that constitutes a line
A point in 3D space, usually given in terms of its x-, y-, and z-coordinates
the interaction point
In artillery and naval gunfire support, the highest point in the trajectory of a projectile
the point of intersection of lines or the point opposite the base of a figure the highest point (of something); "at the peak of the pyramid
The point of intersection of an axis and a curve
– The point at which the sides of an angle intersect
- the point where two sides of an angle meets (plural form vertices)
{i} peak, highest point, top, summit
1 The highest point of a trajectory or other curve, as the vertexes of a great circle, the points nearest the poles
A point of intersection where two (or more) rays meet, often called the corner Wherever sides or edges meet on polygons or shapes The point of a cone, the corners of cubes or squares
The zenith, or the point of the heavens directly overhead
The vertex of a polygon is a corner The vertex of a parabola is the highest or lowest point
vertex cover
a set of vertices which touch all the edges of a graph
more than one vertex
Plural of vertex
Vertices are the intersecting points of lines Commonly, in GLIS data sets, these points define either unique locations which represent end points of a line feature, or corners of a polygon or area feature
plural for vertex -- " the faces, edges, and vertices together " (258)
Intermediate points forming a line