Some articles on node, children nodes:
... The root node of such a tree represents the problem of one of the players winning the game, starting from the initial state of the game ... Given a node N, labelled by the problem P of the player winning the game from a particular state of play, there exists a single set of conjoint children nodes, corresponding to all of ... For each of these children nodes, there exists a set of non-conjoint children nodes, corresponding to all of the player's defending moves ...
... possible actions (, , , , and ) are then subtracted from the initial state, with the result forming children nodes of the root ... Any node that has more cannibals than missionaries on either bank is in an invalid state, and is therefore removed from further consideration ... The valid children nodes generated would be , , and ...
Famous quotes containing the words nodes and/or children:
“There are characters which are continually creating collisions and nodes for themselves in dramas which nobody is prepared to act with them. Their susceptibilities will clash against objects that remain innocently quiet.”
—George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)
“It is easy to lose confidence in our natural ability to raise children. The true techniques for raising children are simple: Be with them, play with them, talk to them. You are not squandering their time no matter what the latest child development books say about purposeful play and cognitive learning skills.”
—Neil Kurshan (20th century)