1 edition of Graphentheorie 2.A. found in the catalog.
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Statement | Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH & Co |
Publishers | Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH & Co |
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Pagination | xvi, 120 p. : |
Number of Pages | 54 |
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ISBN 10 | 3446427899 |
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Designing structured hypertext and structuring access to hypertext. The of a graph are equivalence classes of rays. Causal maps, mental models and assessing acquisition of expertise.
A is a representation of the vertices and edges of a graph by points and curves in the plane not necessarily avoiding crossings. Compare closed under induced subgraphs or minor-closed closed under minors. External links [ ] Wikimedia Commons has media related to.
bipartite graph A graph that can be decomposed into two partite sets but not fewer. A is an of maximal cliques. The multiplicity of a graph is the maximum multiplicity of any of its edges. "Investigation of a protein complex network". directed A graph in which each edge symbolizes an ordered, non-transitive relationship between two nodes.
k-degenerate graphs have also Graphentheorie 2.A. called k-inductive graphs. The graph is Hamiltonian if and only if its circumference equals its order. A second power of a graph is also called a square. A graph is Hamiltonian if it contains a Hamiltonian cycle, and traceable if it contains a Hamiltonian path.
An 1-ary tree is just a path. Another class of problems has to do with the extent to which various species and generalizations of graphs are determined by their point-deleted subgraphs. Description of Teaching and Learning Methods.
bramble A is a collection of mutually touching connected subgraphs, where two subgraphs touch if they share a vertex or each includes one endpoint of an edge. Henri Meyniel, French Graphentheorie 2.A.
theorist. Each has sets of edges or vertices for its vectors, and of sets as its vector sum operation. caterpillar A or caterpillar is a tree in which the internal nodes induce a path.
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adjacency matrix The of a graph is a matrix whose rows and columns are both indexed by vertices of the graph, with a one in the cell for row i and column j when vertices i and j are adjacent, and a zero otherwise.
Graphs with weights, or , are used to represent structures in which pairwise connections have some numerical values.