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(kom'bin-ă-tor'ē-ăl),
Describes any system using a random assortment of components at any positions in the linear arrangement of atoms; that is, a combinatorial library of mutations could contain positions where all four bases have been randomly inserted.
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bar], we construct Zariski pairs with glued combinatorics.
In the following section we briefly present the renormalization group flow equation and show that equations of such type have already been successfully used in combinatorics.
Offering much more than recreation, though, combinatorics has computer science and optimization applications.
FRANCON, Elliptic functions, continued fractions and doubled permutations, European Journal of Combinatorics, 10, (1989), 235-241.
Key words: combinatorics, technical creativity, morphology, history of technical sciences.
However, other sequences are sometimes encountered, especially in combinatorics and number theory, which have application to several areas of computer science, and which often have an intriguing physical analogy.
Some of the most fundamental, surely, are that thinking is a computational process, that computational processes involve combining symbols, that computation can be made mechanical, and that the mathematics of computation involves combinatorics.
His research interests include algorithm design, combinatorics, operations research and parallel computation.
Grimaldi has published numerous articles in discrete mathematics, combinatorics, and graph theory.
Matveev presents a set of problems in combinatorics, combinatorial optimization, posets, graphs, elementary number theory, and other areas that represent a far-reaching extension of the arsenal of committee methods in pattern recognition.
In particular, ideas from ergodic theory played an important role in the resolution of long standing open problems in combinatorics and number theory.
Reporting on research at the University of Bayreuth into constructive combinatorics based on the use of finite groups actions, the book describes, extends, and applies methods of computer chemistry and chemoinformatics that can be used in generating molecular structure, elucidating structure, combinatorial chemistry, quantitative structure-property relations (QSPR), generating chemical patent libraries, and other applications.