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Edmonds matrix         
In graph theory, the Edmonds matrix A of a balanced bipartite graph G(U, V, E) with sets of vertices U = \{u_1, u_2, \dots , u_n \} and V = \{v_1, v_2, \dots , v_n\} is defined by
Harry Edmonds         
FARMER AND POLITICIAN IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA (1883–1962)
E. H. Edmonds; Ernest Harry Edmonds
Ernest Harry Edmonds (28 August 1883 – 8 April 1962), always referred to as "Harry Edmonds" or E. H.
Elizabeth Mayhew Edmonds         
  • Greek Lays, Idylls, Legends etc. trans. by Edmonds
ENGLISH TRANSLATOR AND WRITER (C1821-1907)
User:EEHalli/Elizabeth Edmonds; Elizabeth Edmonds
Elizabeth Mayhew Edmonds (c1821-1907) was an English writer active in the 1880s who wrote about modern Greece. Her focus on publishing in magazines and journals as well as in books brought modern Greek life to increased prominence in Britain.