graphorrhea graph·or·rhe·a (grāf’ə-rē’ə)
The writing of long lists of meaningless words, as occurs in some manic disorders.
[graf-uh-tahyp] /ˈgræf əˌtaɪp/ Trademark. 1. a typewriterlike machine for embossing letters upon thin sheets of metal, as for use in an addressing machine.
noun 1. paper printed with a pattern of straight or curved lines, especially a grid of small squares, for plotting or drawing graphs and curves. noun 1. paper printed with intersecting lines, usually horizontal and vertical and equally spaced, for drawing graphs, diagrams, etc
- Graph plotter
- Graph reduction
A technique invented by Chris Wadsworth where an expression is represented as a directed graph (usually drawn as an inverted tree). Each node represents a function call and its subtrees represent the arguments to that function. Subtrees are replaced by the expansion or value of the expression they represent. This is repeated until the tree […]