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Random Matrix Theory Applied to Small-World Networks
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Patterns Produced by Hamming Distance
The Set of Sets in SET
Optimized Preferential Pairings for Groups of Four
Hamiltonian Cycles through Polyhedral Skeletons
Probabilistic Roadmap Method
Patterns from de Bruijn Sequences
Adaptive Mesh Trinomial Tree for Vanilla Option Pricing
Graphs of Partitions
Multiple Nets of a Triangular Dipyramid
Multiple Nets for a Cube
Multiple Nets of an Octahedron
Gauss-Bonnet and Poincaré-Hopf for Graphs
Deforming Nets of Polyhedra
Constructing a Steiner Tree for Five Points
Automata Generative Networks 2
Mazes in a Rectangular Solid
Graph of a Six-Cube and Skeleton of a Rhombic Triacontahedron
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