Beam-power tube

a vacuum tube in which the stream of electrons flowing to the plate is focused by the action of a set of auxiliary, charged elements, giving an increase in output power.

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    See under reach (def 27). to get to or get as far as in moving, going, traveling, etc.: The boat reached the shore. to come to or arrive at in some course of progress, action, etc.: Your letter never reached me. to succeed in touching or seizing with an outstretched hand, a pole, etc.: to […]

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    beam search algorithm An optimisation of the best first search graph search algorithm where only a predetermined number of paths are kept as candidates. The number of paths is the “width of the beam”. If more paths than this are generated, the worst paths are discarded. This reduces the space requirements of best first search. […]

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    a mirror or prism that divides a beam of light into two parts by reflecting a part of the beam, used in camera range finders. noun a system that divides a beam of light, electrons, etc, into two or more paths

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