3. 744 ; the method employed is of course that of Polya and de Bruijn. Recently the author was asked by a poet to illustrate a long poem of 66 stanzas, each of 6 lines. It had already been agreed that the Al illustrations Ar would be drawn from the repertoire of mathematical configurations a either Al trees Ar or Al animals Ar. But how to find a finite set of 66 graphs made up of 6 lines ? Polya [7] exhibited theanbsp;...

Title | : | Problèmes combinatoires et théorie des graphes |

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Publisher | : | - 1978 |

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