Graph Theory and Its Applications to Problems of Society (CBMS-NSF Regional Conference Series in Applied Mathematics v. 29)
By: Fred S. Roberts (author), Ron Rozier (series_editor)Paperback
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Explores modern topics in graph theory and its applications to problems in transportation, genetics, pollution, perturbed ecosystems, urban services, and social inequalities. The author presents both traditional and relatively atypical graph-theoretical topics to best illustrate applications.
The One-Way Street Problem; Intersection Graphs; Indifference, Measurement, and Seriation; Food Webs, Niche Overlap Graphs, and the Boxicity of Ecological Phase Space; Colorability; Independence and Domination; Applications of Eulerian Chains and Paths; Balance Theory and Social Inequalities; Pulse Processes and Their Applications; Qualitative Matrices.
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