|Author:||Paul D. Seymour,William Cook|
|Title:||Polyhedral Combinatorics: Proceedings of a Dimacs Workshop, June 12-16, 1989 (Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, Vol. 1)|
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|Publisher:||Amer Mathematical Society (December 1, 1990)|
This collection of papers constitutes the proceedings of a workshop on polyhedral combinatorics, held from 12th to 16th June 1989, in the Headquarters Plaza Hotel, Morristown, New Jersey. Two series of lectures were given by L. Lovasz and A. Schrijver (a total of three one-hour lectures each), and there were a number of shorter lectures. The meeting was the first in a series of workshops supported by DIMACS (the center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science). On Lehman's Width-Length Characterization . Seymour 107. Applications of Polyhedral Combinatorics to Multicommodity Flows and Compact Surfaces A. Schrijver 119. Vertex-Disjoint Simple Paths of Given Homotopy in a Planar Graph A. Frank and A. Schrijver 139. On Disjoint Homotopic Paths in the Plane Andras Frank 163.
This volume is not part of this online collection. This book, the first volume in the DIMACS book series, contains the proceedings of the first DIMACS workshop. The workshop, which was held in June 1989 in Morristown, New Jersey, focused on polyhedral combinatorics.
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