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### When was Journal of Combinatorial Theory created?

Journal of Combinatorial Theory was created in 1966. Full Answer

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Journal of Combinatorial Theory was created in 1966. Full Answer

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M. Sh Levin has written: 'Application of optimization combinatorial models in computer-aided systems' 'Combinatorial engineering of decomposable systems' -- subject(s): Systems engineering, Combinatorial optimization Full Answer

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Henry H. Crapo has written: 'On the foundations of combinatorial theory' -- subject(s): Combinatorial analysis Full Answer

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Vladimir Nikolaevich Sachkov has written: 'Combinatorial methods in discrete mathematics' -- subject(s): Combinatorial analysis Full Answer

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Hugo Hadwiger has written: 'Combinatorial geometry in the plane' -- subject(s): Convex domains, Combinations, Combinatorial geometry Full Answer

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Elizabeth J. Morgan has written: 'Solution manual to Combinatorial theory: an introduction' 'Solution manual to Combinatorial theory' Full Answer

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Albert Nijenhuis has written: 'Combinatorial algorithms for computers and calculators' -- subject(s): Combinatorial analysis, Computer algorithms, Computer programs Full Answer

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Chemistry

Combinatorial chemistry is a process used by chemists to mix large numbers of chemicals to see how they react with each other. It can be used to find chemical properties of an unknown solution. Full Answer

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Michael J. Brusco has written: 'Branch-and-bound applications in combinatorial data analysis' -- subject(s): Branch and bound algorithms, Combinatorial analysis Full Answer

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Jerome K. Percus has written: 'Combinatorial methods in developmental biology' -- subject(s): Combinatorial analysis, Developmental biology, Mathematical models 'The one body Wigner-Moyal density for a locally linear potential of arbitrary dimension' -- subject(s): Accessible book 'Combinatorial methods' -- subject(s): Combinatorial… Full Answer

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Prakash V. Ramanan has written: 'Topics in combinatorial algorithms' -- subject(s): Combinatorial analysis, Computer algorithms, Data processing, Data structures (Computer science) Full Answer

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Sanjiv Kapoor has written: 'Topics in the design and analysis of combinatorial algorithms' -- subject(s): Combinatorial analysis, Computer algorithms, Data processing, Data structures (Computer science) Full Answer

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Alan Tucker has written: 'Applied combinatorics' -- subject(s): Combinatorial analysis, Graph theory, Mathematics 'Applied combinatorics' -- subject(s): Graph theory, Combinatorial analysis, MATHEMATICS / Combinatorics Full Answer

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Peter Orlik has written: 'Arrangements and hypergeometric integrals' -- subject(s): Combinatorial enumeration problems, Combinatorial geometry, Hypergeometric functions, Lattice theory 'Seifert manifolds' -- subject(s): Fiber bundles (Mathematics), Lie groups, Manifolds (Mathematics), Singularities (Mathematics) 'Algebraic combinatorics' -- subject(s): Combinatorial geometry, Free resolutions… Full Answer

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Alfred Geroldinger has written: 'Combinatorial number theory and additive group theory' -- subject(s): Additive Zahlentheorie, Algebraische Kombinatorik, Kombinatorische Zahlentheorie, Combinatorial number theory, Kongress, Additive combinatorics Full Answer

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Eugene M. Kleinberg has written: 'Infinitary combinatorics and the axiom of determinateness' -- subject(s): Axiomatic set theory, Cardinal numbers, Combinatorial analysis, Combinatorial set theory, Determinants, Partitions (Mathematics) Full Answer

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Maris Monitz Rodgon has written: 'An investigation into the nature of holophrases and the beginnings of combinatorial speech' 'Single-word usage, cognitive development, and the beginnings of combinatorial speech' -- subject(s): Language acquisition, Psycholinguistics Full Answer

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C. L. Liu has written: 'Elements of discrete mathematics' -- subject(s): Abstract Algebra, Algebra, Abstract, Combinatorial analysis, Mathematics 'Topics in combinatorial mathematics' -- subject(s): Combinatorial analysis 'Wave energy extraction by crescent shaped columns for station keeping of floating ocean platforms'… Full Answer

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combinatorial circuit (p' *r) + q Full Answer

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Michele A. A. Zito has written: 'Randomised techniques in combinatorial algorithmics' Full Answer

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Shinsaku Fujita has written: 'Symmetry and combinatorial enumeration in chemistry' Full Answer

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Leonid Mirsky has written: 'Transversal theory' -- subject(s): Combinatorial analysis Full Answer

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I. Protasov has written: 'Combinatorics of numbers' -- subject(s): Combinatorial analysis, Ultrafilters (Mathematics) Full Answer

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The cycle time of the processor is reduced, thus increasing instruction issue-rate in most cases. Some combinatorial circuits such as adders or multipliers can be made faster by adding more circuitry. If pipelining is used instead, it can save circuitry… Full Answer

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Combinatorial optimizations can be applied in a variety of ways including finding the best dispersion of airport hubs combined with flight routes, finding the most economical route for parcel deliveries, and determining what taxis to send where in the city… Full Answer

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There are three logical operators in C; AND (&), OR (|), and NOT (^). These are the bitwise versions. The combinatorial versions are &&, , and !. Full Answer

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In combinatorial mathematics, 7P7 = 7! = 7*6*5*4*3*2*1 = 5040. Full Answer

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David R. Mazur has written: 'Combinatorics' -- subject(s): Combinatorial analysis Full Answer

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Per Ellervik has written: 'An alternative approach for solving some combinatorial manpower problems' Full Answer

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Wilker has written: 'Almost perfect packings' -- subject(s): Geometry, Combinatorial analysis, Topology Full Answer

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Mohammad Ibrahim Khanfar has written: 'Combinatorial properties of groups with length functions' Full Answer

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Gyula O. H. Katona has written: 'Combinatorial search problems' Full Answer

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There are many. Some are the odds in games of chance such as poker, dice, and others. Also, when you flip a coin. Full Answer

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Leah E. Begleiter has written: 'Methodology for polymer supported synthesis towards combinatorial chemistry' Full Answer

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Gerald Berman has written: 'Forward citations in enumeration' -- subject(s): Bibliography, Combinatorial enumeration problems Full Answer

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Shaler Stidham has written: 'Optimal design for queuing systems' -- subject(s): Combinatorial optimization, Queuing theory Full Answer

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In mathematics a game is a situation where there are multiple people with conflicting interests. Game theory is a field of applied mathematics which is divided into two fields. The first is classical game theory and the second is combinatorial… Full Answer

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Leslie Ann Goldberg has written: 'Efficient algorithms for listing combinatorial structures' -- subject- s -: Computer algorithms Full Answer

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Joseph. O'Rourke has written: 'Art gallery theorems and algorithms' -- subject(s): Geometry, Combinatorial geometry, Data processing Full Answer

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No, the only universal gates are NAND & NOR, all combinatorial logic networks can be built using only one of these types, this is not true of other gates. Full Answer

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Kenneth L. Clarkson has written: 'Combinatorial complexity bounds for arrangements of curves and surfaces' -- subject(s): Accessible book Full Answer

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John B. Johnston has written: 'Sets, functions, and probability' -- subject(s): Combinatorial analysis, Difference equations, Probabilities Full Answer

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Anna Lubiw has written: 'Orderings and some combinatorial optimization problems with geometric applications' -- subject(s): Mathematical optimization, Matrices Full Answer