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- Author:Dragos M. Cvetkovic,Michael Doob,Horst Sachs,M. Cvetkovi&cacute,HorstLISTPRICE: 110.00 Sachs
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The theory of graph spectra can, in a way, be considered as an attempt to utilize linear algebra including, in particular, the well-developed theory of matrices for the purposes of graph theory and its applications.

The theory of graph spectra can, in a way, be considered as an attempt to utilize linear algebra including, in particular, the well-developed theory of matrices for the purposes of graph theory and its applications. However, that does not mean that the theory of graph spectra can be reduced to the theory of matrices; on the contrary, it has its own characteristic features and specific ways of reasoning fully justifying it to be treated as a theory in its own right.

Read instantly in your browser. by Dragos M. Cvetkovic (Author), Michael Doob (Author), Horst Sachs (Author) & 0 more. ISBN-13: 978-3335004073. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. However, that does not mean that the theory of graph spectra can be reduced to the theory of matrices; on the contrary, it has its own characteristic features The theory of graph spectra can, in a way, be considered as an attempt to utilize linear algebra including, in particular, the well-developed theory of matrices for the purposes of graph theory and its. applications.

Cvetkovic, Dragos . Doob, Michael; Sachs, Horst. Published by Academic Press.

However, that does not mean that the theory of graph spectra can be reduced to the theory of matrices; on the contrary, it has its own characteristic features and specific ways of reasoning fully justifying it to be treated as a theory in its own right. Cvetkovic, Dragos .

Dragos Cvetkovic, Michael Doob, Horst Sachs. 1. Characterizations of Graphs by their Spectra. 2. Distance-Regular and Similar Graphs. Cvetkovi cacute, Drago vs, Michael Doob, I. I. Gutman. Basic Concepts of the Spectrum of a Graph. Operations on Graphs and the Resulting Spectra. Relations Between Spectral and Structural Properties of Graphs. The Divisor of a Graph. 3. Miscellaneous Results from the Theory of Graph Spectra. 4. The Matching Polynomial and Other Grap. More).

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Spectral graph theory is also concerned with graph parameters that are . Cvetković, Dragoš . Doob, Michael; Gutman, Ivan; Torgasev, A. (1988).

Spectral graph theory is also concerned with graph parameters that are defined via multiplicities of eigenvalues of matrices associated to the graph, such as the Colin de Verdière number. Graphs determined by their spectrum. Finding cospectral graphs. 2 Cheeger inequality. Dragoš M. Cvetković, Michael Doob, Horst Sachs, Spectra of Graphs (1980). Recent Results in the Theory of Graph Spectra. Annals of Discrete mathematics.

His encyclopedic book in spectral graph theory, Spectra of Graphs Two theorems in graph theory bear his name. One of them relates the coefficients of the characteristic polynomial of a graph to certain structural features of the graph. Another one is a simple relation between the characteristic polynomials of a graph and its line graph. "Horst Sachs 1927 - 2016".

Published December 23, 1998 by Vch Verlagsgesellschaft Mbh. Graph theory, Matrices.