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Matroid Decomposition by Klaus Truemper

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Matroid Decomposition
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Publisher: Leibniz
ISBN/ASIN: 0966355407
ISBN-13: 9780966355406
Number of pages: 398

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Matroids were introduced in 1935 as an abstract generalization of graphs and matrices. Matroid decomposition covers the area of the theory dealing with decomposition and composition of matroids. The exposition is clear and simple, making the main results easily understandable.

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