Adjacent is an adjective meaning contiguous, adjoining or abutting. It is commonly used in scientific, specifically mathematical contexts.

In graph theory, two vertices (or nodes) in a graph are called adjacent if they are linked by an edge. Adjacency of vertices in a graph is represented by the adjacency matrix.

In plane geometry, two sides of a polygon are called adjacent if they meet in an angle.

In trigonometry, the adjacent side of an angle of a right-angled triangle is the cathetus next to this angle.

Other articles related to "adjacent":

Mc Kittrick Oil Field - Setting
... The oil field is in the McKittrick Valley and the adjacent foothills of the Temblor Range at the western edge of the San Joaquin Valley ... Adjacent to the north is the enormous, and densely developed Cymric Oil Field, and beyond that the South Belridge Oil Field to the east is the Elk Hills Oil ... Harding administration adjacent to the southwest is the Belgian Anticline Oil Field, along Route 58 and to the southeast is the huge Midway-Sunset Oil Field, the third largest ...
Luna Plantation - Adjacent Plantations
... Adjacent plantations 1947 Water Oak Plantation to the east Orchard Pond Plantation to the south Ayavalla Plantation to the south Lloyd C ... Adjacent plantations 1967 Kinhega Lodge to the east Avayalla Plantation to the south ...
Strong Product Of Graphs
... V(H) and any two distinct vertices (u,u') and (v,v') are adjacent in G × H if and only if u' is adjacent with v' or u'=v', and u is adjacent with v or u = v ...
Non-adjacent Form
... The non-adjacent form (NAF) of a number is a unique signed-digit representation ... Like the name suggests, non-zero values cannot be adjacent ...