One who dominates.
a ruler or ruling power
In computer science, in control flow graphs, a node d dominates a node n if every path from the start node to n must go through d. Notationally, this is written as d dom n. By definition, every node dominates itself. There are a number of related concepts: ⁕A node d strictly dominates a node n if d dominates n and d does not equal n. ⁕The immediate dominator or idom of a node n is the unique node that strictly dominates n but does not strictly dominate any other node that strictly dominates n. Not all nodes have immediate dominators. ⁕The dominance frontier of a node d is the set of all nodes n such that d dominates an immediate predecessor of n, but d does not strictly dominate n. It is the set of nodes where d's dominance stops. ⁕A dominator tree is a tree where each node's children are those nodes it immediately dominates. Because the immediate dominator is unique, it is a tree. The start node is the root of the tree.
The numerical value of dominator in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of dominator in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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