# Definition of Substructure. Meaning of Substructure. Synonyms of Substructure

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## Definition of Substructure

Substructure
Substructure Sub*struc"ture, n. [Pref. sub- + structure.] 1. (Arch.) Same as Substruction. 2. An under structure; a foundation; groundwork.

## Meaning of Substructure from wikipedia

- up substructure in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Substructure may refer to: Substructure (engineering) Substructure (mathematics) Substructure (marxist...
- In computer science, a problem is said to have optimal substructure if an optimal solution can be constructed from optimal solutions of its subproblems...
- In logic, a substructural logic is a logic lacking one of the usual structural rules (e.g. of classical and intuitionistic logic), such as weakening,...
- The substructure of a building transfers the load of the building to the ground and isolates it horizontally from the ground. This includes foundations...
- σ-sentences. If N is a substructure of M, one often needs a stronger condition. In this case N is called an elementary substructure of M if every first-order...
- Substructuring (DS) is an engineering tool used to model and analyse the dynamics of mechanical systems by means of its components or substructures....
- Substructural type systems are a family of type systems analogous to substructural logics where one or more of the structural rules are absent or only...
- In mathematical logic, an (induced) substructure or (induced) subalgebra is a structure whose domain is a subset of that of a bigger structure, and whose...
- In graph theory and theoretical computer science, a maximum common subgraph may mean either: Maximum common induced subgraph, a graph that is an induced...
- Po****tion structure (also called genetic structure and po****tion stratification) is the presence of a systematic difference in allele frequencies between...