Published October 28, 2002
by Springer .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||450|
This book introduces graph algorithms on an intuitive basis followed by a detailed exposition in a literate programming style, with correctness proofs as well as worst-case analyses. Furthermore, full C++ implementations of all algorithms /5(8). Algorithms on Trees and Graphs - Gabriel Valiente - Google Books Graph algorithms is a well-established subject in mathematics and computer science. As a result, the book concentrates relatively little time on well-known algorithms and more time on its chosen goal. Graphs and trees are, of course, a large and rich area for study. The main concentration here is on tree and graph isomorphism. Graph algorithms is a well-established subject in mathematics and computer science. Beyond classical application fields, like approximation, combinatorial optimization, graphics, and .
The book provides programmers with full implementation code and well-explained theory for isomorphism problems on trees and graphs. Mathematical Reviews An interesting book, particularly useful for the treatment of tree algorithms, and for the explicit implementation of all the algorithms . All standard data structures are described, including stacks, queues, sets, linked lists, trees and graphs. Searching and sorting algorithms are also book is for students and . Breath-First-Search (BFS) is an algorithm for traversing branched data structures (like trees and graphs). The BFS algorithm first traverses the start node, then all its direct children, then their . Tree A connected acyclic graph Most important type of special graphs – Many problems are easier to solve on trees Alternate equivalent deﬁnitions: – A connected graph with n −1 edges – An acyclic graph with n −1 edges – There is exactly one path between every pair of nodes – An acyclic graph .
52 rows Undirected Graphs introduces the graph data type, including depth-first search . "The main theme of this (research) monograph on graph algorithms is the isomorphism problem (for trees and graphs). Algorithms are both described on an intuitive 4/5(4). Chapter 4: Graphs surveys the most important graph-processing problems, including depth-first search, breadth-first search, minimum spanning trees, and shortest paths. Chapter 5: Strings investigates specialized algorithms . Algorithms on Trees and Graphs by Gabriel Valiente, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(8).