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Combinatorial games probably fit elsewhere, but software that actually applies combinatorial game theory is appropriate.
Combinatorial game theory is a branch of mathematics devoted to studying the optimal strategy in perfect-information games with two or more players (typical), one player (puzzles), or zero players (like Conway's Game of Life).
Designs and configurations, as a branch of Combinatorics. MSC classification 05Bxx.
Conferences and other events with a focus on Combinatorics.
Graph Theory, as a branch of Combinatorics, MSC classification 05Cxx.
Research-level open problems in Combinatorics.
Researchers in Combinatorics.
Academic research groups in Combinatorics.

This category is concerned with:

  • application software dealing with combinatorial problems in a scientific scope.
  • libraries of combinatorial algorithms which reflect the actual scientific state of the art.
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