Last modified on 28 September 2014, at 11:33

cyclomatic

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cyclomatic (not comparable)

  1. (mathematics) Used to describe the number of edges that must be removed from a graph to ensure that no graph cycle remains; equal to the number of edges, minus the number of nodes plus one.
  2. (network analysis) Used to describe the number of circuits in a network; equal to the number of edges, minus the number of nodes plus the number of graphs.
  3. (computing, programming) Of or relating to a software metric that measures the complexity of a program based on the number of linearly independent paths through the source code.

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