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Hamilton Paths in Tournaments and a . . .

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An upper bound for McMullen's problem on projective transformations in R d is derived from Redei's classical theorem on Hamilton paths in tournaments.

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2011-12-01

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The Active Bijection between Regions and Simplices in Supersolvable Arrangements of Hyperplanes

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Abstract. Comparing two expressions of the Tutte polynomial of an ordered oriented matroid yields a remarkable numerical relation between the numbers of reorientations and bases with given activities. A natural activity preserving reorientation-to-basis mapping compatible with this relation is described in a series of papers by the present autho...

Abstract. Comparing two expressions of the Tutte polynomial of an ordered oriented matroid yields a remarkable numerical relation between the numbers of reorientations and bases with given activities. A natural activity preserving reorientation-to-basis mapping compatible with this relation is described in a series of papers by the present authors. This mapping, equivalent to a bijection between regions and no broken circuit subsets, provides a bijective version of several enumerative results due to Stanley, Winder, Zaslavsky, and Las Vergnas, expressing the number of acyclic orientations in graphs, or the number of regions in real arrangements of hyperplanes or pseudohyperplanes (i.e. oriented matroids), as evaluations of the Tutte polynomial. In the present paper, we consider in detail the supersolvable case – a notion introduced by Stanley – in the context of arrangements of hyperplanes. For linear orderings compatible with the supersolvable structure, special properties are available, yielding constructions significantly simpler than those in the general case. As an application, we completely carry out the computation of the active bijection for the Coxeter arrangements An and Bn. It turns out that in both cases the active bijection is closely related to a classical bijection between permutations and increasing trees. Minimize

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2008-07-01

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matroid ; oriented matroid ; supersolvable ; Tutte polynomial ; basis ; reorientation ; region ; activity ; no broken circuit ; Coxeter arrangement ; braid arrangement ; hyperoctahedral arrangement ; bijection ; permutation ; increasing tree

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10 Points in Dimension 4 not Projectively Equivalent to the Vertices of a Convex Polytope

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Using oriented matroids, and with the help of a computer, we have found a set of 10 points in R 4 not projectively equivalent to the vertices of a convex polytope. This result confirms a conjecture of Larman [6] in dimension 4.

Using oriented matroids, and with the help of a computer, we have found a set of 10 points in R 4 not projectively equivalent to the vertices of a convex polytope. This result confirms a conjecture of Larman [6] in dimension 4. Minimize

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2012-08-02

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L’université Bordeaux I ; Directeur Inria ; Christian Krattenthaler Professeur ; Christian Krattenthaler ; Robert Cori ; Professeur Examinateur ; Michel Las ; Vergnas Directeur ; Cnrs Examinateur ; Eric Sopena ; ...

L’université Bordeaux I ; Directeur Inria ; Christian Krattenthaler Professeur ; Christian Krattenthaler ; Robert Cori ; Professeur Examinateur ; Michel Las ; Vergnas Directeur ; Cnrs Examinateur ; Eric Sopena ; Professeur Examinateur ; Emeric Gioan ; Ian Goulden ; Michel Las Vergnas ; Yvan Le Borgne ; Pierre Leroux Minimize authors

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Combinatoire des cartes et polynôme de Tutte

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2010-05-10

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Hamilton Paths in Tournaments and a Problem of McMullen on Projective Transformations in Rd

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An upper bound for McMullen's problem on projective transformations in R d is derived from Redei's classical theorem on Hamilton paths in tournaments.

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2006-12-19

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The Tutte Polynomial of a Morphism of Matroids 5. Derivatives as Generating Functions of Tutte Activities

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We show that in an ordered matroid the partial derivative \partial^{p+q}t/\partialx^p\partialyq of the Tutte polynomial is p!q! times the generating function of activities of subsets with corank p and nullity q. More generally, this property holds for the 3-variable Tutte polynomial of a matroid perspective. ; Comment: 28 pages, 3 figures, 5 tables

We show that in an ordered matroid the partial derivative \partial^{p+q}t/\partialx^p\partialyq of the Tutte polynomial is p!q! times the generating function of activities of subsets with corank p and nullity q. More generally, this property holds for the 3-variable Tutte polynomial of a matroid perspective. ; Comment: 28 pages, 3 figures, 5 tables Minimize

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2012-05-23

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Mathematics - Combinatorics

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The Tutte Polynomial of a Morphism of Matroids 6. A Multi-Faceted Counting Formula for Hyperplane Regions and Acyclic Orientations

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We show that the 4-variable generating function of certain orientation related parameters of an ordered oriented matroid is the evaluation at (x + u, y+v) of its Tutte polynomial. This evaluation contains as special cases the counting of regions in hyperplane arrangements and of acyclic orientations in graphs. Several new 2-variable expansions o...

We show that the 4-variable generating function of certain orientation related parameters of an ordered oriented matroid is the evaluation at (x + u, y+v) of its Tutte polynomial. This evaluation contains as special cases the counting of regions in hyperplane arrangements and of acyclic orientations in graphs. Several new 2-variable expansions of the Tutte polynomial of an oriented matroid follow as corollaries. This result hold more generally for oriented matroid perspectives, with specific special cases the counting of bounded regions in hyperplane arrangements or of bipolar acyclic orientations in graphs. In corollary, we obtain expressions for the partial derivatives of the Tutte polynomial as generating functions of the same orientation parameters. ; Comment: 23 pages, 2 figures, 3 tables Minimize

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2012-05-24

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The Tutte polynomial of a morphism of matroids I. Set-pointed matroids and matroid perspectives

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1999

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The Edmonds-Gallai Decomposition for Matchings in Locally Finite Graphs

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1982-01-01

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Mathematik ; Informatik und Statistik ; ddc:510

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http://epub.ub.uni-muenchen.de/8429/1/8429.pdf ; Bry, François und Las Vergnas, Michel (1982): The Edmonds-Gallai Decomposition for Matchings in Locally Finite Graphs. In: Combinatorica, Vol. 2, Nr. 3: S. 229-235

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The Active Bijection in Graphs, Hyperplane Arrangements, and Oriented Matroids - 1 - The fully Optimal Basis of a Bounded Region

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The present paper is the first in a series of four introducing a mapping from orientations to spanning trees in graphs, from regions to simplices in real hyperplane arrangements, from reorientations to bases in oriented matroids (in order of increasing generality). We call it the active orientation-to-basis mapping, in reference to an extensive ...

The present paper is the first in a series of four introducing a mapping from orientations to spanning trees in graphs, from regions to simplices in real hyperplane arrangements, from reorientations to bases in oriented matroids (in order of increasing generality). We call it the active orientation-to-basis mapping, in reference to an extensive use of activities, a notion depending on a linear ordering, first introduced by W.T. Tutte for spanning trees in graphs. The active mapping, which preserves activities, can be considered as a bijective generalization of a polynomial identity relating two expressions - one in terms of activities of reorientations, and the other in terms of activities of bases - of the Tutte polynomial of a graph, a hyperplane arrangement or an oriented matroid. Specializations include bijective versions of well-known enumerative results related to the counting of acyclic orientations in graphs or of regions in hyperplane arrangements. Other interesting features of the active mapping are links established between linear programming and the Tutte polynomial. We consider here the bounded case of the active mapping, where bounded corresponds to bipolar orientations in the case of graphs, and refers to bounded regions in the case of real hyperplane arrangements, or of oriented matroids. In terms of activities, this is the uniactive internal case. We introduce fully optimal bases, simply defined in terms of signs, strengthening optimal bases of linear programming. An optimal basis is associated with one flat with a maximality property, whereas a fully optimal basis is equivalent to a complete flag of flats, each with a maximality property. The main results of the paper are that a bounded region has a unique fully optimal basis, and that, up to negating all signs, fully optimal bases provide a bijection between bounded regions and uniactive internal bases. In the bounded case, up to negating all signs, the active mapping is a bijection. Minimize

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2009

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European Journal of Combinatorics ; ISSN:0195-6698

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[INFO:INFO_DM] Computer Science/Discrete Mathematics ; AMS Classification: Primary: 52C40. Secondary: 05A99 05B35 05C20 52C35 90C05 Keywords: directed graph ; hyperplane arrangement ; matroid ; oriented matroid ; Tutte polynomial ; orientation ; basis ; activity ; acyclic orientation ; bipolar orientation ; bounded region ; bijection ; linear pr...

[INFO:INFO_DM] Computer Science/Discrete Mathematics ; AMS Classification: Primary: 52C40. Secondary: 05A99 05B35 05C20 52C35 90C05 Keywords: directed graph ; hyperplane arrangement ; matroid ; oriented matroid ; Tutte polynomial ; orientation ; basis ; activity ; acyclic orientation ; bipolar orientation ; bounded region ; bijection ; linear programming ; optimal basis Minimize

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