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Combinatorial Maps: Tutorial

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Combinatorial Maps: Tutorial
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Publisher: Latvian University
Number of pages: 61

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Contents: Permutations; Combinatorial maps; The correspondence between combinatorial maps and graphs on surfaces; Map's mirror reflection and dual map; Multiplication of combinatorial maps; Normalized combinatorial maps; Geometrical interpretation of combinatorial maps; Drawing of the graph corresponding to combinatorial map; Simple combinatorial maps and their drawings; Vertex split-merge operation; etc.

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