Posted by **anonx** at Nov. 1, 2006

August 22, 2005 | ISBN: 3540261826 | PDF | 415 Pages | 2.91 MB

The third edition of this highly successful textbook has been carefully revised and updated, and includes a new chapter on infinite graphs. The book covers all major, recent developments, and can be used both as a reliable textbook for an introductory course and as a graduate text: on each topic it covers all the basic material in full detail, and adds one or two deeper results (again with detailed proofs) to illustrate the more advanced methods of that field.

Posted by **step778** at Dec. 4, 2014

2010 | pages: 377 | ISBN: 3642142788 | DJVU | 4,6 mb

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Jan. 22, 2014

Published: 2000-02-18 | ISBN: 0387950141, 0387989765 | PDF | 313 pages | 6 MB

Posted by **AlexGolova** at April 13, 2018

English | 10 May 2017 | ISBN: 3319494740 | 180 Pages | PDF | MB

Posted by **hill0** at March 26, 2018

English | 28 Oct. 2016 | ISBN: 3319319388 | 291 Pages | PDF | 4.23 MB

Posted by **ksveta6** at March 22, 2018

2006 | ISBN: 9812568859 | English | 492 pages | EPUB | 7 MB

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at March 15, 2018

English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 | 262 Pages | ISBN : 3319764535 | 9.79 MB

This book reports on advanced concepts in fuzzy graph theory, showing a set of tools that can be successfully applied to understanding and modeling illegal human trafficking. Building on the previous book on fuzzy graph by the same authors, which set the fundamentals for readers to understand this developing field of research, this second book gives a special emphasis to applications of the theory. For this, authors introduce new concepts, such as intuitionistic fuzzy graphs, the concept of independence and domination in fuzzy graphs, as well as directed fuzzy networks, incidence graphs and many more.

Posted by **IrGens** at March 11, 2018

English | November 8, 2016 | ISBN: 9813148845 | EPUB | 616 pages | 11.3 MB

Posted by **hill0** at Feb. 25, 2018

English | 22 Jan. 2018 | ISBN: 3319683810 | 327 Pages | PDF/EPUB | 14.07 MB

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at Feb. 2, 2018

This book provides a timely overview of fuzzy graph theory, laying the foundation for future applications in a broad range of areas. It introduces readers to fundamental theories, such as Craine’s work on fuzzy interval graphs, fuzzy analogs of Marczewski’s theorem, and the Gilmore and Hoffman characterization. It also introduces them to the Fulkerson and Gross characterization and Menger’s theorem, the applications of which will be discussed in a forthcoming book by the same authors. This book also discusses in detail important concepts such as connectivity, distance and saturation in fuzzy graphs.