Resolution:
## Figure 5.
The effects of partial tree joining. A depiction of the effects of partial tree joining on the images of the partial
trees involved. Partial trees A and B are combined to form partial tree C. A and B
have fewer branches than C, therefore they can be resolved into more trees and each
has a larger image than C. The image of C is contained in the intersection of the
image of A and B, as any resolution of C is also a resolution of A and a resolution
of B. Although the image of C is smaller it is more detailed, as C is more resolved.
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