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Geometry of cuts and metrics

By: Deza, Michel Marie.
Contributor(s): Laurent, Monique [Co author].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Algorithms and Combinatorics - Volume 15. Publisher: London Springer 2010Description: 587 p.ISBN: 9783642042942.Subject(s): Mathematics | Metric spaces | Graph theory | Algorithms | Embeddings (Mathematics)DDC classification: 511.5 Summary: Cuts and metrics are well-known objects that arise - independently, but with many deep and fascinating connections - in diverse fields: in graph theory, combinatorial optimization, geometry of numbers, distance geometry, combinatorial matrix theory, statistical physics, VLSI design etc. A main feature of this book is its interdisciplinarity. The book contains a wealth of results, from different mathematical disciplines, which are presented here in a unified and comprehensive manner. Geometric representations and methods turn out to be the linking theme. This book will provide a unique and invaluable source for researchers and graduate students. https://www.springer.com/in/book/9783540616115#aboutBook
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Cuts and metrics are well-known objects that arise - independently, but with many deep and fascinating connections - in diverse fields: in graph theory, combinatorial optimization, geometry of numbers, distance geometry, combinatorial matrix theory, statistical physics, VLSI design etc. A main feature of this book is its interdisciplinarity. The book contains a wealth of results, from different mathematical disciplines, which are presented here in a unified and comprehensive manner. Geometric representations and methods turn out to be the linking theme. This book will provide a unique and invaluable source for researchers and graduate students.

https://www.springer.com/in/book/9783540616115#aboutBook

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