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    D.G. Bonchev,D.H. Rouvray
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An Introduction to Complexity.

Rouvray, Taylor & Francis, London, 2003, 133-176. Heine . Handbuch der Kugelfunctionen. Zweite umgearbeitete und vermehrte Auflage, Thesaurus Mathematicae, Vol. 1, Georg Reimer, Berlin, 1861. Horozov . Automorphisms of algebras and Bochner's property for vector orthogonal polynomials, SIGMA 12 (2016), 050, 14 pages, arXiv:1512. Automorphisms of algebras and Bochner's property for discrete vector orthogonal polynomials, Ann. l'Unuversité de Sofia ''St.

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This computation allows us to infer the prime divisors of the torsion coefficients of the integral homology groups of the topological space at any scale, hence furnishing a more informative description of topology than persistence in a single coefficient field. We provide theoretical complexity analysis as well as detailed experimental results. The code is part of the Gudhi software library.

Complexity : Introduction and Fundamentals. Mathematical Chemistry.

This volume covers the rapidly developing field of complexity studies with the underlying theme that complexity is to be found everywhere. The volume discusses many chemical applications and offers a comprehensive coverage of complexity and the ways in which it may be measured, complexity indices, complexity measures based on Shannon's information theory, and thermodynamic complexity. Complexity: Introduction and Fundamentals provides a valuable source of reference for graduates and researchers for mathematical chemistry.