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#### Random Graphs '83

Elsevier Science 2011; US$ 240.00The range of random graph topics covered in this volume includes structure, colouring, algorithms, mappings, trees, network flows, and percolation. The papers also illustrate the application of probability methods to Ramsey's problems, the application of graph theory methods to probability, and relations between games on graphs and random graphs.... more...

#### Topics on Domination

Elsevier Science 1991; US$ 72.95The contributions in this volume are divided into three sections: theoretical, new models and algorithmic. The first section focuses on properties of the standard domination number &ggr;(G), the second section is concerned with new variations on the domination theme, and the third is primarily concerned with finding classes of graphs for which the... more...

#### Graph Theory in Memory of G.A. Dirac

Elsevier Science 1988; US$ 72.95This volume is a tribute to the life and mathematical work of G.A. Dirac (1925-1984). One of the leading graph theorists, he developed methods of great originality and made many fundamental discoveries. The forty-two papers are all concerned with (or related to) Dirac's main lines of research. A number of mathematicians pay tribute to his memory by... more...

#### Least Action Principle Of Crystal Formation Of Dense Packing Type And Kepler's Conjecture

World Scientific Publishing Company 2001; US$ 163.00The dense packing of microscopic spheres (i.e. atoms) is the basic geometric arrangement in crystals of mono-atomic elements with weak covalent bonds, which achieves the optimal "known density" of p/√18. In 1611, Johannes Kepler had already "conjectured" that p/√18 should be the optimal "density" of sphere packings. Thus, the central problems... more...

#### Handbook of Graph Theory

Taylor and Francis 2003; US$ 159.95The Handbook of Graph Theory is the most comprehensive single-source guide to graph theory ever published. Best-selling authors Jonathan Gross and Jay Yellen assembled an outstanding team of experts to contribute overviews of more than 50 of the most significant topics in graph theory-including those related to algorithmic and optimization approaches... more...

#### Spanning Trees and Optimization Problems

Taylor and Francis 2004; US$ 115.95The design of approximation algorithms for spanning tree problems has become an exciting and important area of theoretical computer science and also plays a significant role in emerging fields such as biological sequence alignments and evolutionary tree construction. While work in this field remains quite active, the time has come to collect under... more...

#### Random Graphs for Statistical Pattern Recognition

Wiley 2005; US$ 150.00A timely convergence of two widely used disciplines Random Graphs for Statistical Pattern Recognition is the first book to address the topic of random graphs as it applies to statistical pattern recognition. Both topics are of vital interest to researchers in various mathematical and statistical fields and have never before been treated together... more...

#### Combinatorics of Symmetric Designs

Cambridge University Press 2006; US$ 181.00A unified and comprehensive exposition of the theory of symmetric designs with emphasis on recent developments. more...

#### Chromatic Polynomials And Chromaticity Of Graphs

World Scientific Publishing Company 2005; US$ 220.00This is the first book to comprehensively cover chromatic polynomials of graphs. It includes most of the known results and unsolved problems in the area of chromatic polynomials. Dividing the book into three main parts, the authors take readers from the rudiments of chromatic polynomials to more complex topics: the chromatic equivalence classes of... more...

#### The Pursuit of Perfect Packing

Taylor and Francis 2000; US$ 44.95In 1998 Thomas Hales dramatically announced the solution of a problem that has long teased eminent mathematicians: what is the densest possible arrangement of identical spheres? The Pursuit of Perfect Packing recounts the story of this problem and many others that have to do with packing things together. The examples are taken from mathematics, physics,... more...