AMS Bookstore LOGO amslogo
AMS TextbooksAMS Applications-related Books
Complex Graphs and Networks
Fan Chung, University of California at San Diego, La Jolla, CA, and Linyuan Lu, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
A co-publication of the AMS and CBMS.
cover
SEARCH THIS BOOK:

CBMS Regional Conference Series in Mathematics
2006; 264 pp; softcover
Number: 107
ISBN-10: 0-8218-3657-9
ISBN-13: 978-0-8218-3657-6
List Price: US$57
Member Price: US$45.60
All Individuals: US$45.60
Order Code: CBMS/107
[Add Item]

Request Permissions

See also:

A Course on the Web Graph - Anthony Bonato

The Game of Cops and Robbers on Graphs - Anthony Bonato and Richard J Nowakowski

Through examples of large complex graphs in realistic networks, research in graph theory has been forging ahead into exciting new directions. Graph theory has emerged as a primary tool for detecting numerous hidden structures in various information networks, including Internet graphs, social networks, biological networks, or, more generally, any graph representing relations in massive data sets.

How will we explain from first principles the universal and ubiquitous coherence in the structure of these realistic but complex networks? In order to analyze these large sparse graphs, we use combinatorial, probabilistic, and spectral methods, as well as new and improved tools to analyze these networks. The examples of these networks have led us to focus on new, general, and powerful ways to look at graph theory. The book, based on lectures given at the CBMS Workshop on the Combinatorics of Large Sparse Graphs, presents new perspectives in graph theory and helps to contribute to a sound scientific foundation for our understanding of discrete networks that permeate this information age.

Readership

Graduate students and research mathematicians interested in combinatorics (graph theory) and its applications to large networks.

Reviews

"This is a well-structured and useful book for researchers in random graphs, combinatorics and computer science. Because of its self-contained nature, and the careful way the topics are introduced, it is a good text for graduate level courses in the subject."

-- Colin D. Cooper for Mathematical Reviews

Powered by MathJax

  AMS Home | Comments: webmaster@ams.org
© Copyright 2014, American Mathematical Society
Privacy Statement

AMS Social

AMS and Social Media LinkedIn Facebook Podcasts Twitter YouTube RSS Feeds Blogs Wikipedia