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**1979** by Matematisk Institut, Danmarks Tekniske Højskole in [Lyngby] .

Written in English

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- Matroids.

**Edition Notes**

Bibliography: leaves 15-16.

Statement | Bjørn Petersen. |

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LC Classifications | TK454.2 .P46 |

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Pagination | 22 leaves ; |

Number of Pages | 22 |

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Open Library | OL4232150M |

LC Control Number | 80512561 |

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