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1. book3.dvi

Euler’s relation gives us. V E F = 2. Say that each face has n edges and that m edges meet at each vertex. ... solid m n V E Ftetrahedron 3 3 4 6 4.

people.maths.ox.ac.uk/earl/vam/1018.pdf- 26k - 18 Jul 2017

2. main5.dvi

A network flow game is given by a net-work N = (V, E, s, t, c) and a target flow value K. ... P. eE ce, and K. Proof. Given a network N = (V, E, s, t, c), let f(N )denote the size of the maximum flow in N.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/paul.goldberg/papers/AAMAS08procs.pdf- 156k - 19 Feb 2008

3. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/michael.wooldridge/pubs/aamas2008e.pdf

A network flow game is given by a net-work N = (V, E, s, t, c) and a target flow value K. ... P. eE ce, and K. Proof. Given a network N = (V, E, s, t, c), let f(N )denote the size of the maximum flow in N.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/michael.wooldridge/pubs/aamas2008e.pdf- 1200k - 17 Mar 2008

4. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/leslieann.goldberg/papers/mcn.pdf

network N ′ = (V,E′, s, t, c′), where c′ = {ce}eE′ , admits a flow of sizeK from s to t, and is losing otherwise. ... For any network N = (V,E, s, t, c) and any S E, set NS = (V, S, s, t, {ce}eS).

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/leslieann.goldberg/papers/mcn.pdf- 466k - 26 Feb 2009

5. C:/Dokumente und Einstellungen/oberdÃ¶rfer/Eigene Dateien/MLQ/Tagungsband/ElkGolGolWoo/ElkGolGolWoo.dvi

network N ′ = (V,E′, s, t, c′), where c′ = {ce}eE′ , admits a flow of sizeK from s to t, and is losing otherwise. ... For any network N = (V,E, s, t, c) and any S E, set NS = (V, S, s, t, {ce}eS).

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/paul.goldberg/papers/MLQ-eggw09.pdf- 171k - 17 Jul 2009

6. A Tractable and Expressive Class of Marginal Contribution Nets and Its Applications

the network N ′ = (V,E′, s, t, c′), where c′ = {ce}eE′ , admits a flow of sizeK from s to t, and is losing otherwise. ... For any network N = (V,E, s, t, c) and any S E, set NS = (V, S, s, t, {ce}eS).

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/people/michael.wooldridge/pubs/mlq2009.pdf- 324k - 20 Jul 2009

7. zoo-web02.zoo.ox.ac.uk/group/west/PDF-media/ChinaView.pdf

Ente r ta inment. Met ro l i fe. T r a v e l. ... N e w s P h o t o s V o i c e P e o p l e B i z C h i n a F e

zoo-web02.zoo.ox.ac.uk/group/west/PDF-media/ChinaView.pdf- 445k - 24 Oct 2003

8. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/files/3370/PRG48.pdf

V t t?n-v r?n-v e eXistsn(t). This second predicate is a consequence of the M-V invariant. ... V t : t?n-v • (r?n-v. u?n-v) E rUn_v(t). We now define the operatioDS which create and cancel meetings as follows:.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/files/3370/PRG48.pdf- 1204k - 10 Sep 2009

9. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/msctheses/1190/1/manickam.pdf

been c o n v e r t e d/ / j u s t r e t u r n i ti f ( conver t edYuv ). r e t u r ... l a t e i tc o n v e r t e d G r y = t r u e ;r e t u r n yuvData ;. }. 30. Algorithm 6

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/msctheses/1190/1/manickam.pdf- 2931k - 3 Sep 2008

10. https://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/dan.olteanu/papers/jos-edbt10.pdf

N 0(y) =. x,xW=y. N (x). Given a networkN , we denote V,E by V (N ), E(N ) respectively. ... n (V,E,Q,Or). Then πAR = Rd = (πAR, pd, ld,M), where.

www.cs.ox.ac.uk/dan.olteanu/papers/jos-edbt10.pdf- 329k - 12 Jan 2010

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