2 edition of **Reconstruction problems for hypergraphs** found in the catalog.

Reconstruction problems for hypergraphs

StanisЕ‚aw Bylka

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Published
**1991**
by Institute of Computer Science, [Polish Academy of Science in Warszawa
.

Written in English

- Hypergraphs.,
- Reconstruction (Graph theory)

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references (p. [16]).

Statement | Stanisław Bylka, Jan Komar. |

Series | Prace IPI PAN = ICS PAS report,, 702, Prace IPI PAN ;, 702. |

Contributions | Komar, Jan. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA297 .P64 no. 702, QA166.23 .P64 no. 702 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 15, [1] p. ; |

Number of Pages | 15 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1334141M |

LC Control Number | 92216462 |

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theory of hypergraphs [5] even for the case of 3-uniform hypergraphs. For its last case Kocay and Li show that any two 3-uniform hypergraphs with the same degree sequence can be transformed into each other using a sequence of trades [9]. Furthermore the complexity status of the reconstruction problem Cited by: 1. Undirected Hypergraphs. An undirected hypergraph H = (V,E) consists of a set V of vertices or nodes and a set E of hyperedges. Each hyperedge e∈E may contain arbitrarily many vertices, the order being irrelevant, and is thus defined as a subset of this reason, undirected hypergraphs can also be interpreted as set systems with a ground set V and a family E of subsets of by:

JOURNAL OF COMBINATORIAL THEORY, Series B 54, () The Double Reconstruction Conjecture about Finite Colored Hypergraphs KOSABURO HASHIGUCHI Department of Information and Computer Sciences, Toyohashi University of Technology, Tempaku, Toyohashi , Japan Communicated by the Editors Received Janu A colored ((0, k)-) hypergraph is a triple, Cited by: 3. I see on Amazon that there are two Foner books on reconstruction; one is a + pg tome called Reconstruction: America's Unfinished Revolution and another called A Short [sic] History of Reconstruction (which violates truth in advertising laws because, at pgs, it ain't short.) Which is the slow read? Are both relatively sluggish?

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Optimal Query Complexity for Reconstructing Hypergraphs. on two real-world reconstruction problems: graph sketch-ing and obtaining fast approximate surrogates. Extremal problems on graphs and hypergraphs.- Hypergraph reconstruction.- Une condition pour qu'un hypergraphe, ou son complementaire, soit fortement isomorphe a un hypergraphe complet.- On a property of hypergraphs with no cycles of length greater than two.- Sur les hypergraphes bichromatiques.- Minimax theorems for hypergraphs To use signaling hypergraphs for pathway reconstruction, we must establish a corresponding hypergraph interactome that represents the interactions among multiple proteins.

As a start, a hypergraph interactome can be constructed by starting from a graph built from protein--protein interaction data and adding hyperedges as they are represented in. pergraphs. However, a new problem arises. How to partition a hypergraph. This is the main problem that we want to solve in this paper.

A powerful technique for partitioning simple graphs is spectral clustering. Therefore, we generalize spectral clustering techniques to hypergraphs, more speciﬂcally, the normalized cut approach of [ Reconstruction Didn't Fail. Reconstruction Didn't Fail. In this image from the U.S.

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Signaling hypergraphs impose an added layer of complexity since they can represent the formation of a complex, both the active and inactive forms of a complex, and the regulation of reactions.

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We show that certain families of self-complementary graphs H can be reconstructed in this way by a hypergraph G, and that G can be extended to a hypergraph G *, all of whose subsumed graphs are isomorphic to H, where G and G * are self-complementary : KocayWilliam.

Hypergraphs are useful because there is a "full component decomposition" of any Steiner tree into subtrees; the problem of reconstructing a min-cost Steiner tree from the set of all possible full components is the same as the min-cost spanning connected hypergraph problem (a.k.a.

min hyper-spanning tree problem) for a hypergraph whose vertex. Radical Reconstruction: – The Postwar South and the Black Codes: – Grant’s Presidency: – The End of Reconstruction: – Continue your study of Reconstruction (–) with these useful links. Study Questions. Suggestions for Further Reading.

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