# 3-dimensional matching

In the mathematical discipline of graph theory, a 3-dimensional matching is a generalization of bipartite matching (also known as 2-dimensional matching) to 3-partite hypergraphs, which consist of hyperedges each of which contains 3 vertices (instead of edges containing 2 vertices in a usual graph). 3-dimensional matching, often abbreviated as 3DM, is also the name of a well-known computational problem: finding a largest 3-dimensional matching in a given hypergraph. 3DM is one of the first problems that were proved to be NP-hard. (Wikipedia).

Multivariable Calculus | Interactions of lines in 3 dimensions.

We describe how two lines can interact in three dimensions. In addition, we give examples of intersecting, parallel, and skew lines. http://www.michael-penn.net http://www.randolphcollege.edu/mathematics/

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From playlist Calculus 3

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Parametric and Cartesian forms of lines in three dimensions. Free ebook https://bookboon.com/en/introduction-to-vectors-ebook (updated link) Test your understanding via a short quiz http://goo.gl/forms/w9wQVSSkmN

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Calculus 3: Graphing in 3-D Basic Shapes (9 of 9) A Plane in 3-D

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Calculus 3: Vector Calculus in 2D (1 of 39) Vector Notation

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Three-Dimensional Shapes Part 1: Types, Calculating Surface Area

Enough of this two-dimensional, stuck in one plane rubbish! The real world has three spatial dimensions! Technically more, but we very clearly interact with three all the time, so it's time to start talking about three-dimensional shapes like pyramids and prisms and cylinders and cones, an

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Mod-13 Lec-33 Aircraft Engine component matching: Dimensional analysis

Jet Aircraft Propulsion by Prof. Bhaskar Roy and Prof. A. M. Pradeep, Department of Aerospace Engineering, IIT Bombay. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in

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To learn more about Wolfram Technology Conference, please visit: https://www.wolfram.com/events/technology-conference/ Speaker: Andrew Hanson Wolfram developers and colleagues discussed the latest in innovative technologies for cloud computing, interactive deployment, mobile devices, and

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Coding Challenge #136.1: Polar Perlin Noise Loops

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From playlist Mathematics

Calculus 3: Graphing in 3-D Basic Shapes (1 of 9) The Right Handed Rule

Visit http://ilectureonline.com for more math and science lectures! In this video I will explain the right handed rule in 3 dimensional calculus which is very important in cross product. Next video in the series can be seen at: https://youtu.be/EjcMiJVEMuU

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Using a set of points determine if the figure is a parallelogram using the midpoint formula

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