Théorie des Matrégraphes ou Fusion Matrices-Graphes

Abstract : This new word ''matregraph'' comes from the combination of two terms already known in the field of mathematics which are: matrix and graph. A ''matregraph'' is precisely ​​a new mathematical tool with several functions that assemble, rank and perform arithmetical calculations between real numbers (IR) in order to reach to a general result located in the structure of this ''matregraph'' at the place of n-line and n-column. It’s an algorithm that is able to select some values among a lot of values reducing consequently a long calculation by getting quickly a result. This new theory may be used in many fields such as physics, chemistry, computer science, telecommunications, electricity, cryptography, mechanics, transportation ...etc. Finally, ''matregraph'' is ​​a mathematical model that is flexible and may help us solve many problems of science and engineering.
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Abdoul Kader Adamou. Théorie des Matrégraphes ou Fusion Matrices-Graphes. 2019. ⟨hal-02167232⟩

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