By Dr. Kazuo Murota (auth.)

ISBN-10: 3540176594

ISBN-13: 9783540176596

ISBN-10: 3642615864

ISBN-13: 9783642615863

Recent expertise consists of large-scale actual or engineering structures including millions of interconnected uncomplicated devices. This monograph illustrates how engineering difficulties may be solved utilizing the new result of combinatorial arithmetic via acceptable mathematical modeling. The structural solvability of a procedure of linear or nonlinear equations in addition to the structural controllability of a linear time-invariant dynamical process are handled via graphs and matroids. designated emphasis is laid at the significance of appropriate actual observations to winning mathematical modelings. The reader becomes conversant in the strategies of matroid concept and its corresponding matroid theoretical process. This booklet is of curiosity to graduate scholars and researchers.

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That is, we assume throughout this chapter the following "generality assumption" GA1 on the functions fi and gk: GA1: The nonvanishing elements of ~ are algebraically independent over the rational number field Q, where ~ is the collection of their partial derivatives (cf. 5)). 2, that we will consider the structural solvability in the generic sense by regarding the nonvanishing elements of ~ as independent parameters. This assumption seems to reflect practical computational situations fairly well, though it may sometimes be too stringent to be satisfied in practical problems.

N} is an order-homomorphic image of l l that corresponding to the second linking {(xi'YO(i)) li=1, ... ,N}. By exchanging the roles of the two linkings, we can prove the converse as well. For any i, there exists a positive integer p such that oP(i)=i. By definition of a linking, there exists a path from xi to Yo(i) on G, and hence, there exists on G' the path from Yo(i) to xi such as follows: Y (o)=>x o l 0 (o)-~->Y l 0 2 (i ) =>x 0 2(i ) -~-> ••• -~->y op-1 ( i) =>x op-1 (i) -~->yo=>xo, l l where "-~->" stands for the reachability on G and "=>" denotes an additional arc in G' corresponding to the first linking.

R - - - - - l ,-----------1 I (CO) u* I (l~ ul (co) U 1(1)1 u; (00) Yi I I 1 xl r z {lL _ ~2__ n u* s :x2Q---~--~~~~~~~~~~-<~~~~~~~ 1* 1 1 1 1 I I IL (co) 4 u (1) ____ Fig. 2. 7) (V O ¢) 49 50 Chap. 2. 2 _____ _ __ JI Fig. 3. Auxiliary graph Gf corresponding to the maximum flow f in the associated network NG r--, IL... J 8. Decompositions of a Graph by Menger-type Linkings Fig. 4. 51 Hasse diagram representing the partial order of the M-decomposition of G of Fig. 4. Relations among various decompositions We begin with the following relation between the M-decomposition of a graph and the DM-decomposition of the associated bipartite graph.

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