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1. Combinatorics concerns the study of discrete objects.[1]
2. While it is arguably as old as counting, combinatorics has grown remarkably in the past half century alongside the rise of computers.[1]
3. Combinatorics is an area of mathematics primarily concerned with counting, both as a means and an end in obtaining results, and certain properties of finite structures.[2]
4. One way to define combinatorics is, perhaps, to describe its subdivisions with their problems and techniques.[2]
5. Combinatorics is well known for the breadth of the problems it tackles.[2]
6. In the Middle Ages, combinatorics continued to be studied, largely outside of the European civilization.[2]
7. Combinatorics can help us count the number of orders in which something can happen.[3]
8. You can use combinatorics to calculate the “total number of possible outcomes”.[3]
9. Combinatorics is often concerned with how things are arranged.[4]
10. Many problems in combinatorics can be solved by applying these simple rules.[4]
11. Mathematicians sometimes use the term "combinatorics" to refer to a larger subset of discrete mathematics that includes graph theory.[5]
12. The Season 1 episode "Noisy Edge" (2005) of the television crime drama NUMB3RS mentions combinatorics.[5]
13. This book is also ideal for readers who wish to better understand the various applications of elementary combinatorics.[6]
14. and it's called combinatorics.[7]
15. Combinatorics is actually what your lesson today is gonna be about.[7]
16. The modern era has uncovered for combinatorics a wide range of fascinating new problems.[8]
17. Combinatorial theory is the name now given to a subject formerly called "combinatorial analysis" or "combinatorics", though these terms are still used by many people.[8]
18. Combinatorics counts, enumerates, examines, and investigates the existence of configurations with certain specified properties.[8]
19. With combinatorics, one looks for their intrinsic properties, and studies transformations of one configuration into another, as well as “subconfigurations” of a given configuration.[8]
20. Combinatorics is a branch of mathematics concerning the study of finite or countable discrete structures.[9]
21. We will give an account of Combinatorics Korea, if necessary.[9]
22. Combinatorics is all about number of ways of choosing some objects out of a collection and/or number of ways of their arrangement.[10]
23. He was a Founding Fellow of The Institute of Combinatorics and its Applications and serves on its Council.[11]
24. He has directed thirty-nine of the Southeastern International Conferences on Combinatorics, Graph Theory and Computing.[11]
25. He is the first recipient of the Stanton Medal, which is awarded by the Institute for Combinatorics and its Applications (ICA).[11]
26. The European Journal of Combinatorics is a high standard, international, bimonthly journal of pure mathematics , specializing in theories arising from combinatorial problems.[12]
27. The European Journal of Combinatorics is a high standard, international, bimonthly journal of pure mathematics, specializing in theories arising from combinatorial problems.[12]
28. Combinatorics is a branch of pure mathematics concerning the study of discrete (and usually finite) objects.[13]
29. Combinatorics is as much about problem solving as theory building, though it has developed powerful theoretical methods, especially since the later twentieth century.[13]
30. Lecturer Eoin's research interests encompass a wide array, including Extremal combinatorics, Graph Theory, Ramsey theory, Probabilistic methods in combinatorics and High-dimensional phenomena.[14]
31. Dr Matthew Jenssen Lecturer Matthew’s research interests lie at the interface of combinatorics, statistical physics and theoretical computer science.[14]
32. The myriad ways of counting the number of elements in a set is one of the main tasks in combinatorics, and I’ll try to describe some basic aspects of it in this tutorial.[15]
33. Another interesting method in combinatorics — and one of my favorites, because of its elegance — is called method of paths (or trajectories).[15]
34. Recurrence relations probably deserves their own separate article, but I should mention that they play a great role in combinatorics.[15]
35. As this article was written for novices in combinatorics, it focused mainly on the basic aspects and methods of counting.[15]
36. The aim of this workshop series is to provide an opportunity for researchers in combinatorics and related topics to commnicate and share their ideas about interesting problems.[16]
37. Combinatorics has been rather neglected by historians of mathematics.[17]
38. On May 19, Ashwin Sah posted the best result ever on one of the most important questions in combinatorics.[18]
39. This course is based on a highly regarded on-campus Tsinghua class called Combinatorics, and is ideal for students who are interested in mathematics or computer science.[19]
40. Mathematicians uses the term “Combinatorics” as it refers to the larger subset of Discrete Mathematics.[20]
41. Combinatorial techniques are applicable to many areas of mathematics, and a knowledge of combinatorics is necessary to build a solid command of statistics.[21]
42. Aspects of combinatorics include: counting the structures of a given kind and size, deciding when certain criteria can be met, and constructing and analyzing objects meeting the criteria.[21]