ACS Combinatorial Science (usually abbreviated as ACS Comb. Sci.), formerly Journal of Combinatorial Chemistry (1999-2010), was a peer-reviewed scientific journal, published since 1999 by the American Chemical Society. ACS Combinatorial Science publishes articles, reviews, perspectives, accounts and reports in the field of Combinatorial Chemistry. JCS is currently indexed in: Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), SCOPUS, EBSCOhost, PubMed, and Web of Science. Anthony Czarnik served the founding editor; he served as Editor from 1999-2010. M.G. Finn served as Editor from 2010-2020. In 2010, ACS agreed to change the name of the journal to "Combinatorial Science" and it was the first and only ACS journal to be devoted to a way of doing science, rather than to a specific field of knowledge or application. The journal stopped accepting new submissions in August and the last issue was published in December 2020. (Wikipedia).

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The Tropical Limit of String Theory and Feynman Integrals by Piotr Tourkine

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Lower bounds for subgraph isomorphism – Benjamin Rossman – ICM2018

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Geometry of tropical varieties with a view toward applications (Lecture 1) by Omid Amini

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Algebraic and Convex Geometry of Sums of Squares on Varieties (Lecture 4) by Greg Blekherman

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7. An In-depth Combinatorial Hand Analysis in Cash Games

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Gabriel Goldberg: The Jackson analysis and the strongest hypotheses

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Algebraic combinatorics: applications to statistical mechanics and complexity theory - Greta Panova

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Vertex gluings and Demazure products by Nathan Pflueger

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DSI | Hypergraphs and Topology for Data Science | By Emilie Purvine

Data scientists and applied mathematicians must grapple with complex data when analyzing complex systems. Analytical methods almost always represent phenomena as a much simpler level than the complex structure or dynamics inherent in systems, through either simpler measured or sampled data

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The solving went well in this video, but unfortunately I made a stupid technical error where I thought I was sharing my screen but in fact wasn't. So what you get is just me talking. After solving the three problems, I realized what I had done, so I went back over the problems discussing q

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Overview of Reinforcement Learning | AISC

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Christian Krattenthaler - Combinatorics of Discrete Lattice Models (2012

Combinatorics of Discrete Lattice Models Christian Krattenthaler University of Vienna The past 20 years have seen a period of constantly increasing, fruitful interaction between (enumerative) combinatorialists and (statistical) physicists.This interaction has been and is taking place part

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Generalizing GKZ secondary fan using Berkovich geometry by Tony Yue Yu

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