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electrical network; homogeneous resistive wire segments; homogeneous electrical field; geometric properties of invariant systems; conductivities; electrical invariance
Geometric properties of finite systems of homogeneous resistive wire segments in a Euclidean $n$-space are studied in the case that the absorption of energy of such a system in an arbitrary linear electrical field is invariant under any orthogonal transformation of the system.
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