Combinatorial matrix theory is a rich branch of mathematics that combines combinatorics, graph theory, and linear algebra. It includes the theory of matrices with prescribed combinatorial properties, including permanents and Latin squares. It also comprises combinatorial proof of classical algebraic theorems such as Cayley-Hamilton theorem.
Combinatorial Matrix Theory
See alsoCombinatorics, Graph Theory, Linear Algebra
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ReferencesBrualdi, R. and Ryser, H. J. Combinatorial Matrix Theory. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1991.
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