Matroid theory and its applications by Barlotti A. (ed.)

By Barlotti A. (ed.)

Lectures: T.H. Brylawski: The Tutte polynomial.- D.J.A. Welsh: Matroids and combinatorial optimisation.- Seminars: M. Barnabei, A. Brini, G.-C. Rota: Un’introduzione alla teoria delle funzioni di Möbius.- A. Brini: a few comments at the severe problem.- J. Oxley: On 3-connected matroids and graphs.- R. Peele: The poset of subpartitions and Cayley’s formulation for the complexity of an entire graph.- A. Recski: Engineering purposes of matroids.- T. Zaslavisky: Voltage-graphic matroids.

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