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- Binary matroid representation of cyclic families
- Bounded degree matroid basis
- Changing conservative weightings in bipartite graphs
- Constructive characterization of dumpy graphs
- Decomposition into forests and a bounded-degree subgraph
- Edge-covering number of 2-polymatroids
- Finding a 2-way stable 3-way exchange
- Hoffman-Kruskal theorem
- Infinite Lucchesi-Younger
- Orientation-compatible w-vertex cover
- Orientation of nonideal clutters
- Partial vertex cover in bipartite graphs
- Partition median problem
- Problem of the month April 2010
- Problem of the month April 2011
- Problem of the month February 2010
- Problem of the month February 2011
- Problem of the month January 2010
- Problem of the month January 2011
- Problem of the month July 2010
- Problem of the month June 2010
- Problem of the month March 2010
- Problem of the month May 2010
- Problem of the month May 2011
- Quasi-kernels and quasi-sinks
- Recognition of Seymour graphs
- Serial symmetric exchanges
- Seymour's self-minor conjecture
- Small representations of gammoids
- Strongly maximal H-free spanning subgraph
- Talk:Acyclic orientation with parity constraints
- Talk:Bounded degree matroid basis
- Talk:Decomposition into forests and a bounded-degree subgraph
- Talk:Disjoint spanning in- and out-arborescences
- Talk:Exact matching in red-blue bipartite graphs
- Talk:Generic rigidity in three dimensions
- Talk:Head-disjoint strongly connected orientations
- Talk:Maximizing a skew-supermodular function
- Talk:Opposite vertices of base polyhedra
- Talk:Rainbow matchings in bipartite graphs
- Talk:Red-blue cut problem
- Talk:Sandbox2
- Talk:Skew-supermodular list colouring
- Help:Logging in
- Blog:Experiment
- Blog:Experiment/2015-08-06
- Blog:Experiment/Another test article
- Blog:Tidbits/Bonn, matroids, and Farkas’ Lemma
- Blog:Tidbits/Generalized Nash Equilibrium