the measure of the second largest dimension of a plane or solid figure; width.
an extent or piece of something of definite or full width or as measured by its width:
a breadth of cloth.
freedom from narrowness or restraint; liberality:
a person with great breadth of view.
size in general; extent.
Art. a broad or general effect due to subordination of details or nonessentials.
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the linear extent or measurement of something from side to side; width
a piece of fabric having a standard or definite width
distance, extent, size, or dimension
openness and lack of restriction, esp of viewpoint or interest; liberality
in the direction of the breadth. adverb from side to side
breadth-first search algorithm A graph search algorithm which tries all one-step extensions of current paths before trying larger extensions. This requires all current paths to be kept in memory simultaneously, or at least their end points. Opposite of depth-first search. See also best first search. (1996-01-05)
the measure of the second largest dimension of a plane or solid figure; width. an extent or piece of something of definite or full width or as measured by its width: a breadth of cloth. freedom from narrowness or restraint; liberality: a person with great breadth of view. size in general; extent. Art. a broad […]
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