There are two places you're most likely to find intersections: in math class(Discrete Math Concept) and in traffic. In math, an intersection is the spot where two lines cross. Those lines share this common point. The center of the letter X is an intersection. The same is true for streets.
What are the near antonyms of intersection for a math and traffic concepts?
I think the antonym will describe something "out of intersection" or those not intersect with the referenced "thing".
Is there a word suitable as an antonym to intersection ?
The closest word I found was "disjoint", "disjointed".
"Antonyms are only significant when it is a binary word. Antonym is a binary concept. And two non-intersecting lines are parallel only in Euclidean plane geometry; not in solid geometry, and not in non-Euclidean geometry. There is no simple antonym without an equally simple context, which must be presupposed."
Yes, it seems even something dummy(to not say stupid) try to get a word(or words) with the opposite meaning of a non-binary word, who would want to set a non-apple?
The objective of my question is to find some word to clear (self explanatory) give a name for a program method to get an object that doesn't intersect this thing.
I'm just looking forward to find another word to represent "non-intersection".