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Combinatorial geometries

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Published
**1987**
by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge
.

Written in English

- Combinatorial geometry.

**Edition Notes**

Includes index.

Statement | edited by Neil White. |

Series | Encyclopedia of mathematics and its applications -- v.29 |

Contributions | White, Neil. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA167 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 1 v. : |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL22618111M |

ISBN 10 | 0521333393 |

Combinatorics plays a prominent role in contemporary mathematics, due to the vibrant development it has experienced in the last two decades and its many interactions with other book arises from the INdAM conference "CoMeTA - Combinatorial Methods in Topology and Algebra,'' which. However, combinatorial geometry has another meaning in mathematical literature. Rank 3 combinatorial geometries are frequently called linear spaces. Matroids are a unifying concept in which some problems in graph theory, design theory, coding theory, and combinatorial optimization become simpler to understand.

These include important problems of finite geometries, difference sets and related combinatorial designs. Book Review of Combinatorial Problems and Exercises by László Lovász, Yet, there is a perfectly good definition of the subject, or rather of the concept of a combinatorial argument. Combinatorics is the area of mathematics that. Immediate online access to all issues from Subscription will auto renew : Jiří Tůma.

This book provides the first comprehensive introduction to the field which will appeal to undergraduate students and to any mathematician interested in the geometric approach to matroids. Written in a friendly, fun-to-read style and developed from the authors' own undergraduate courses, the book is ideal for by: Topics include combinatorial designs, combinatorial games, matroids, difference sets, Fibonacci numbers, finite geometries, Pascal's triangle, Penrose tilings, error-correcting codes, and many others. Anyone with an interest in mathematics, professional or recreational, will be sure to find this book both enlightening and enjoyable.

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The book defines the axiomatics of combinatorial geometry, describes a variety of geometrical examples, and discusses the notion of a strong map between geometries. In addition, there is a brief presentation of coordinatization theory and a sketch of two important lines of future work, the "critical problem" and matching by: A broad perspective on an area of discrete mathematics, combinatorial geometry demonstrates that important results in many areas of number theory can be established by easy geometric arguments.

This book is a comprehensive overview of Cited by: This book is a continuation of Theory of Matroids (also edited by Neil White), and again consists of a series of related surveys that have been contributed by authorities in the area. The volume begins with three chapters on coordinatisations, followed by one on matching theory.

The next two deal with transversal and simplicial matroids. These are followed by studies of the important. On the foundations of combinatorial theory: combinatorial geometries by Henry H.

Crapo; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Combinatorial analysis, Geometrie, Kombinatorik, Configuracoes Combinatorias, Analyse combinatoire. Combinatorial geometries.

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The selection first ponders on classical and modern topics in finite geometrical structures; balanced hypergraphs and applications to graph theory; and strongly regular. Title: Hodge Theory for Combinatorial Geometries. Authors: Karim Adiprasito, June Huh, Eric Katz (Submitted on 9 Novlast revised 1 May (this version, v2)) Abstract: We prove the hard Lefschetz theorem and the Hodge-Riemann relations for a commutative ring associated to an arbitrary matroid M.

We use the Hodge-Riemann relations Cited by: This book provides an introduction to these geometries and their many applications to other areas of combinatorics. Coverage includes a detailed treatment of the forbidden subgraph problem from a geometrical point of view, and a chapter on maximum distance separable codes, which includes a proof that such codes over prime fields are by: Discrete geometry and combinatorial geometry are branches of geometry that study combinatorial properties and constructive methods of discrete geometric objects.

Most questions in discrete geometry involve finite or discrete sets of basic geometric objects, such as points, lines, planes, circles, spheres, polygons, and so subject focuses on the combinatorial properties of.

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A CATALOGUE OF COMBINATORIAL GEOMETRIES sentation problems is 1 8 12a 1. This is one of the classical configurations and is known to be representable over the complex numbers but not over the real numbers. 1 8 12a 1 ABECGFHD XX X. Abstract. We prove the hard Lefschetz theorem and the Hodge-Riemann relations for a commutative ring associated to an arbitrary matroid M.

We use the Hodge-Riemann relations to resolve a conjecture of Heron, Rota, and Welsh that postulates the log-concavity of the coefficients of the characteristic polynomial of $\mathrm {M}$.Cited by: Book Description.

Combinatorial theory is one of the fastest growing areas of modern mathematics. Focusing on a major part of this subject, Introduction to Combinatorial Designs, Second Edition provides a solid foundation in the classical areas of design theory as well as in more contemporary designs based on applications in a variety of fields.

After an overview of. Combinatorial structure: the collection of linearly independent sets of columns of Aor, equivalently, the collection of all intersections of the hyperplanes. We see a common combinatorial structure underlying both the algebraic and the geometric object: it is the associated combinatorial geometry (or ‘matroid’).

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It has become clear within the last ten years that combinatorial geometry, together with its order-theoretic counter-part, the geometric lattice, can serve to catalyze the whole field of combinatorial theory, and a major aim of this preliminary edition is to present the theory in a form accessible to mathematicians working in disparate r studies have been one-sided or restricted.

The book under review is narrower than IFPP in the sense that the projective geometries discussed here are all defined by fields, or, more precisely, by vector spaces over fields. (Projective n -space is just an (n +1)-dimensional vector space over a field F; the points in this space are the one-dimensional subspaces, and the lines are the two.Pregeometry, and in full combinatorial pregeometry, are essentially synonyms for "matroid".They were introduced by Gian-Carlo Rota with the intention of providing a less "ineffably cacophonous" alternative term.

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