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A structure that captures the essence of a notion of "independence" that generalizes linear independence in vector spaces.
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Matroid — In combinatorics, a branch of mathematics, a matroid ( /ˈmeɪ … Wikipedia
Matroid — Ein Matroid (n.) ist eine mathematische Struktur mit deren Hilfe der Begriff der (linearen) Unabhängigkeit verallgemeinert wird. Matroide sind in vielen Bereichen der Kombinatorik (z. B. kombinatorischen Optimierung, diskrete kombinatorische… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Matroid intersection — In combinatorial optimization, the matroid intersection problem is to find a largest common independent set in two matroids over the same ground set. If the elements of the matroid are assigned real weights, the weighted matroid intersection… … Wikipedia
Matroid embedding — In combinatorics, a matroid embedding is a set system (F, E), where F is a collection of feasible sets, that satisfies the following properties: (Accessibility Property) Every non empty feasible set X contains an element x such that X{x} is… … Wikipedia
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Oriented matroid — theory allows a combinatorial approach to the max flow min cut theorem. A network with the value of flow equal to the capacity of an s t cut An oriented matroid is a mathematical structure that abstracts the properties of directed graphs and of… … Wikipedia
Bicircular matroid — In in the mathematical subject of matroid theory, the bicircular matroid of a graph G is the matroid B ( G ) whose points are the edges of G and whose independent sets are the edge sets of pseudoforests of G , that is, the edge sets in which each … Wikipedia
Weighted matroid — In combinatorics, a branch of mathematics, a weighted matroid is a matroid endowed with function with respect to which one can perform a greedy algorithm.There is a simple algorithm for finding a basis:* Let A be the empty set. * For each x in E… … Wikipedia
Colored matroid — In mathematics, a colored matroid is a matroid whose elements are labeled from a set of colors, which can be any set that suits the purpose, for instance the set of the first n positive integers, or the sign set {+, −}. The interest in colored… … Wikipedia
Biased graph — In mathematics, a biased graph is a graph with a list of distinguished circles (edge sets of simple cycles), such that if two circles in the list are contained in a theta graph, then so is the third circle of the theta graph. A biased graph is a… … Wikipedia