Decomposable Functors and the Exponential Principle

Dress A, Müller T (1997)
Advances in Mathematics 129(2): 188-221.

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Dress, AndreasUniBi; Müller, Thomas
Abstract / Bemerkung
We develop a combinatorial theory for the operation of forming the logarithm of generating functions associated with covariant functors on the category of finite sets and bijective maps. This leads to a rather general and flexible exponential principle for labeled combinatorial structures. We also introduce the concept of a topos-like category, which turns out to be a convenient framework for the discussion of a wide range of applications a few of which are studied in detail. (C) 1997 Academic Press.
Erscheinungsjahr
1997
Zeitschriftentitel
Advances in Mathematics
Band
129
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
188-221
ISSN
0001-8708
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1627693

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Dress A, Müller T. Decomposable Functors and the Exponential Principle. Advances in Mathematics. 1997;129(2):188-221.
Dress, A., & Müller, T. (1997). Decomposable Functors and the Exponential Principle. Advances in Mathematics, 129(2), 188-221. https://doi.org/10.1006/aima.1997.1648
Dress, A., and Müller, T. (1997). Decomposable Functors and the Exponential Principle. Advances in Mathematics 129, 188-221.
Dress, A., & Müller, T., 1997. Decomposable Functors and the Exponential Principle. Advances in Mathematics, 129(2), p 188-221.
A. Dress and T. Müller, “Decomposable Functors and the Exponential Principle”, Advances in Mathematics, vol. 129, 1997, pp. 188-221.
Dress, A., Müller, T.: Decomposable Functors and the Exponential Principle. Advances in Mathematics. 129, 188-221 (1997).
Dress, Andreas, and Müller, Thomas. “Decomposable Functors and the Exponential Principle”. Advances in Mathematics 129.2 (1997): 188-221.

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