## Network and Signal Theory: A NATO Advanced Study Institute, September 1972Jozef K. Skwirzynski, J. O. Scanlan |

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### Contents

A geometrical approach to network theory | 3 |

Some applications of graph theory to networks | 12 |

On the use of multivariable functions in representing lumped variable | 21 |

Copyright | |

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