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Synonyms for combinatorial

of, relating to, or tending to produce combination

Synonyms for combinatorial

relating to or involving combinations

relating to the combination and arrangement of elements in sets

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Almost all the left regular bands appearing so far in the algebraic combinatorics literature embed in [{0, +, -}.
Offering much more than recreation, though, combinatorics has computer science and optimization applications.
It would be interesting to search for a further extension of Polya theory within the context of rational combinatorics introduced in [5,6] based on the previous work [12] and further discussed in [7].
2] Lu Kaicheng and Lu Kaiming, Combinatorics, Beijing, Tsinghua Unversity Press, 2002.
Key words: combinatorics, technical creativity, morphology, history of technical sciences.
The exchange between combinatorics and metaphysics is an excellent illustration of this double movement: did not Ibn Sina give, on the basis of his ontological and cosmogonical conceptions, a formulation of the doctrine of the emanation from the One?
The question of how many kinematically equivalent rays arrive at the detector at the same time for a given configuration is a problem of combinatorics.
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.
He was internationally known for his work in combinatorics and probability, and highly admired for his original approach to philosophy.
Grimaldi has published numerous articles in discrete mathematics, combinatorics, and graph theory.
The main approach has its roots in additive combinatorics, but has truly given fruit in a non-commutative context.
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.
Generalized Noncrossing Partitions and Combinatorics of Coxeter Groups.
Jean-Francois and Brian both came with a new approach: Instead of running heavy computations, they used mathematical thinking and leveraged their expertise in mathematical optimization as well as in permutation theory and combinatorics.
Differentiations, combinatorics, normal distribution, kernel smoothing and other mathematical and statistical tools are introduced.