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SGBDEMOS

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NAME

sgbdemos - Examples of the use of The Stanford GraphBase  

SYNOPSIS

assign_lisa [options]
book_components [options]
econ_order [options]
football [options]
girth [options]
ladders [options]
miles_span [options]
multiply [options]
queen [options]
roget_components [options]
take_risc [options]
word_components [options]

 

DESCRIPTION

This manual page documents briefly the demonstration programs in The Stanford GraphBase. This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution (but may be used by others), because the original program does not have a manual page.

A general introduction to the GraphBase can be found in /usr/share/doc/sgb/abstract.dvi.gz, and more details appear in the man page sgb(1). The details of these demonstration programs are best found by reading the code, which can be found in the directory /usr/share/doc/sgb-doc/examples. The code includes a description of the appropriate options. The code may be read directly, or can be turned into a pretty-printable TeX form by using the cweave program. See the cweb(1) manpage for more details. The programs are very understandable, although a full introduction to them can only (currently) be found in Chapter 1 of the book by Donald E. Knuth entitled The Stanford GraphBase: A Platform for Combinatorial Computing published jointly by ACM Press and Addison-Wesley (1993), ISBN 0-201-54275-7.

 

BUGS

Genuine bugs may be reported to Donald Knuth via email to sgb@cs.stanford.edu. PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS EMAIL ADDRESS FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN TO REPORT BUGS IN THE STANFORD GRAPHBASE. PROF. KNUTH DOES NOT ACCEPT UNSOLICITED EMAIL.

 

SEE ALSO

sgb(1), cweb(1)

 

AUTHOR

The Stanford Graphbase is copyrighted by Stanford University. This manual page was written by Julian Gilbey <jdg@debian.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system.


 

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