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- n. Plural form of hypergraph.
“Sealfon studied algorithms for testing properties of k-uniform hypergraphs-generalizations of graphs in which each line connects exactly”
“He explored graphs and hypergraphs, which have applications in biology, particle physics, and Internet searches.”
“The JUNG architecture is designed to support a variety of representations of entities and their relations, such as directed and undirected graphs, multi-modal graphs, graphs with parallel edges, and hypergraphs.”
“He studied hypergraphs, hoping to prove the structure of algebraic structures called associated primes.”
“2 In addition to Bauerschmidt, also check out Konstantinova's work on molecular hypergraphs: JCICS 1995, 35, 472-478; and Discrete Mathematics 2001, 235, 365-383.”
“(In the language of hypergraphs, you colour the edges of a”
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