## Graphes et hypergraphes by Berge C.

By Berge C.

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In that case, we get a problem of recovering a function f in R2 from its integrals along a two-dimensional family of circles in R2 (one parameter specifying the center of the circle along the given curve and the other one specifying its radius). As in the case of CAT, one can then vertically stack these 2D images to get a 3D image of the body interior. Of course, the fully 3D reconstruction of f from integrals over spheres in R3 is also possible. Deﬁnition 3 The spherical Radon transform (SRT) RS maps a function f on Rn into the set of its integrals along spheres in Rn Z Rs f ðp; rÞ ¼ f ðxÞdrðxÞ; ð3:4Þ jxÀpj¼r where drðxÞ is area measure on the sphere jx À pj ¼ r.

To generate poetry or music, but it cannot appraise or judge its quality. Hence, there is a genuine and compulsory need for some other logic, which can handle such real-life scenario. In 1965, Prof. Lofti A. Zadeh at the University of California introduced an identiﬁcation tool by which this degree of truth can be handled by fuzzy set theoretic approach. With the invention of fuzzy chips in 1980s fuzzy logic received a great boost in the industry. Now in this twenty-ﬁrst century fuzzy logic, artiﬁcial neural network (ANN), and evolutionary algorithms (EA) are receiving intensive attention in both academics and industry [1–15].

An X-ray beam is sent through the body, and its intensity is measured at both the source and the detector (Fig. 1). It is known from physics that the change of intensity ΔI of the beam on a small interval Δx satisﬁes the following simple law: DI ¼ f ðxÞ Dx; I ð3:1Þ where f(x) is the X-ray attenuation coefﬁcient of the human body at point x and I (x) is the intensity of the beam at point x. 1) and solving the resulting differential equation one gets 8 9 < Z = I1 ¼ exp À f ðxÞdx ; ð3:2Þ : ; I0 L where the integral is taken along the line L passing through the source and the detector.