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Graph Theory and Geography: An Interactive View

ISBN: 978-0-471-41189-5
320 pages
April 2002
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Cutting-edge coverage of graph theory and geography in a high-tech, user-friendly format

Available only as a highly interactive e-book, this revolutionary volume allows mathematicians and geographers to view graph theory in a new and vibrant way. Renowned experts in the field, the authors provide complete, up-to-date coverage of relevant theories using real-world examples to highlight the synthetic nature of graph theory and geography and help professionals and students find new, concrete applications. Theories and definitions are accompanied by complementary chapters that explain the mathematics behind the examples and provide quick reference options. Brilliant, four-color graphics elucidate this comprehensive treatment, while the e-book format allows for uncommon flexibility and ease of use. The electronic format takes full advantage of online tools such as animation and Java; applets to allow readers to follow processes as they happen, while hyperlinks allow readers to move easily through the text for quick reference to theorems or definitions. Available with a free, enhanced e-book reader, Graph Theory and Geography offers comprehensive coverage and unprecedented convenience to readers at almost any level of experience.

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Geography and Graph Theory.

The Berlin Rohrpost and Centrality.

The Parisian Pneumatique and Orientation.

Chicago, New York, and Connectivity.

The Paris Metro and Planarity.

Transportation Routes and Network Algorithms.

Maps and the Four Color Theorem.

Symmetry and Geography: Spatial Transformations.

Glossary.

Bibliography.

Comment about the eBook.

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"This educational text surpasses eBooks currently on the market by providing a new realm of interactive content." (Business Wire, April 29, 2002)

"This educational text surpasses eBooks currently on the market by providing a new realm of interactive content." (CBS Marketwatch, April 29, 2002)

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