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By Jack Koolen,Jin Ho Kwak,Ming-Yao Xu

Applications of crew thought to Combinatorics includes eleven survey papers from overseas specialists in combinatorics, team concept and combinatorial topology. The contributions hide issues from really a various spectrum, equivalent to layout thought, Belyi features, staff conception, transitive graphs, general maps, and Hurwitz difficulties, and current the cutting-edge in those components. Applications of staff conception to Combinatorics might be helpful within the research of graphs, maps and polytopes having maximal symmetry, and is geared toward researchers within the components of crew conception and combinatorics, graduate scholars in arithmetic, and different experts who use team conception and combinatorics.


Jack Koolen teaches on the division of arithmetic at Pohang collage of technology and know-how, Korea. His major examine pursuits contain the interplay of geometry, linear algebra and combinatorics, on which he released 60 papers.


Jin Ho Kwak is Professor on the division of arithmetic at Pohang collage of technological know-how and expertise, Korea, the place he's director of the Combinatorial and Computational arithmetic heart (Com2MaC). He works on combinatorial topology, commonly on protecting enumeration regarding Hurwitz difficulties and common maps on surfaces, and released greater than a hundred papers in those areas.


Ming-Yao Xu is Professor in division of arithmetic at Peking collage, China. the point of interest in his learn is in finite workforce thought and algebraic graph thought. Ming-Yao Xu released over eighty papers on those topics.


 


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