Discrete mathematics

Representation in mathematics

Type of discrete, combinatorial mathematics, championed by Euler (Konisburg brigde problem). Applications in dynamic data structures, computational linguistics (syntax checkers), resource management, travel optimisation (travelling salesperson problem), etc.

- Encyclopedia structure
- Graphs of pseudo-phase-spaces
- ECO C++ an extension to c++ that is
meant to be good for Graphs. I haven't got Linux, so can't play
with this yet.
- L-systems
- Expression trees
- Tree diagrams. As used in blind mathematics.
- Two proofs of "eight plus three equals eleven"
- Two proofs of 1+1=2
- Trees and graphs

The librarian's problem as graph theory. Formalism in semiotics. Including a set of web pages isomorphic with the graph of a cube.Cube 1 Cube 2 Cube 3 Cube 4 Cube 5 Cube 6 Cube 7 Cube 8

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Created 16/8/99

Last modified 14/10/99