the axiom in Euclidean geometry that only one line can be drawn through a given point so that the line is parallel to a given line that does not contain the point.
See under Euclidean.
plural noun 1. a gymnasium apparatus consisting of two wooden bars on uprights, adjustable in height, and used for swinging, vaulting, balancing exercises, etc. plural noun 1. (gymnastics)
- Parallel c
1. Never implemented, but influenced the design of C*. [Details?] 2. C for the transputer by 3L. 3. (PC) Extensions to C developed at the University of Houston providing a shared memory SIMD model on message passing computers. (ftp://karazm.math.uh.edu/pub/Parallel/Tools/pc.1.1.1.tar.Z). E-mail: Ridgway Scott . (1995-03-21)
- Parallel circuit
noun a closed electrical circuit in which the current is divided into two or more paths and then returns via a common path to complete the circuit parallel circuit See under circuit.
- Parallel computer