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  • Clutter (mathematics) — In mathematics, a clutter H is a hypergraph (V,E), with the added property that A otsubseteq B whenever A,B in E and A eq B (i.e. no edge properly contains another). Clutters are an important structure in the study of combinatorial optimization.… …   Wikipedia

  • Clutter (radar) — Clutter is a term used for unwanted echoes in electronic systems, particularly in reference to radars. Such echoes are typically returned from ground, sea, rain, animals/insects, chaff and atmospheric turbulences, and can cause serious… …   Wikipedia

  • Clutter (toolkit) — Clutter Developer(s) Intel Corporation Initial release 22 June 2006 Stable release 1.8.0 / September 19, 2011; 37 days ago (2011 09 19)[1] …   Wikipedia

  • Clutter Magazine — is a quarterly publication that caters to the world of underground designer toys and the artists that create them. After emerging in Japan in the late 1990s, the toy scene has gone global, led by companies such as Toy2R, Kidrobot, and Medicom,… …   Wikipedia

  • Clutter — may refer to any of the following: Excessive physical disorder Clutter (organizing), a confusing or disorderly state or collection, and possible symptom of compulsive hoarding A type of light pollution Clutter (radar), unwanted echoes in… …   Wikipedia

  • Clutter Nutters — Genre Game Show Presented by Nigel Clarke Hannah Sandling Country of origin United …   Wikipedia

  • Clutter — Clut ter, n. [Cf. W. cludair heap, pile, cludeirio to heap.] 1. A confused collection; hence, confusion; disorder; as, the room is in a clutter. [1913 Webster] He saw what a clutter there was with huge, overgrown pots, pans, and spits. L Estrange …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Clutter (album) — Clutter Studio album by Laki Mera Released April 2008 Recorded …   Wikipedia

  • Clutter — Clut ter, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Cluttered}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Cluttering}.] To crowd together in disorder; to fill or cover with things in disorder; to throw into disorder; to disarrange; as, to clutter a room. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • clutter — ► NOUN 1) things lying about untidily. 2) an untidy state. ► VERB ▪ cover or fill with clutter. ORIGIN variant of dialect clotter to clot , influenced by CLUSTER(Cf. ↑cluster) and CLATTER(Cf. ↑ …   English terms dictionary

  • clutter — [klut′ər] n. [var. of clotter < CLOT] 1. a number of things scattered in disorder; jumble 2. [var. of CLATTER] Dial. CLATTER 3. the interference on a radarscope caused by hills, buildings, etc. vt. to put into disorder; jumble: often with up …   English World dictionary


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