2 edition of Extremal Combinatorics found in the catalog.
Source title: Extremal Combinatorics: With Applications in Computer Science
|LC Classifications||Sep 10, 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||79|
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Since then, a plethora of results of a similar flavour have been proved, for a range of different mathematical structures, using a wide variety of different methods. Although primarily concerned with finite systems, some combinatorial questions and techniques can be extended to an infinite specifically, but setting. There are a few typos and ambiguities throughout the book which often make it hard to read.
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For example, the largest on 2n vertices is a K n,n. discusses an argument between 3rd century BCE and 2nd century BCE of a rather delicate enumerative problem, which was later shown to be related to. This is by no means a comprehensive survey of the area, and is merely a collection of problems, results and proofs, which are hopefully interesting.
" Konrad Engel, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. … Each topic is covered in a way that takes the reader from the start right up to the most recent results in the area. Algebraic combinatorics is continuously expanding its scope, in both topics and techniques, and can be seen as the area of mathematics where the interaction of Extremal Combinatorics and algebraic methods is particularly strong and significant.
Intermission: the sun over Tel Aviv sea 4. Back cover : Opinions: First comes an extremaly negative by Imre Leader. To this end various methods are introduced and carefully explained. What's the point of using such high-tech as Cauchy-Schwarz on an elementary algebra problem?
The upper bound uses the entropy method. For expositional and pedagogical purposes, we also take this opportunity to give slightly streamlined versions of proofs due to others of several classical results in the area. Matroid theory was introduced by and studied as a part of Extremal Combinatorics theory.
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There remain many connections with geometric and topological combinatorics, which themselves can be viewed as outgrowths of the early discrete geometry.