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Azat Gabdulvaleev. Elections in graphs. Overview of Russian cities.

Azat Gabdulvaleev. Elections in graphs. Overview of Russian cities.

Azat Gabdulvaleev. Elections in graphs. Overview of Russian cities.

Presentation at the I Round Table of Mathematicians

In December 2017, Azat Gabdulvaleev gave a presentation "Overview of Russian Cities".

 

 

 
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