Your search returned over 400 essays for "graph"
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9   …  40    Next >>

Graph Theory: The Four Coloring Theorem

- Graph Theory: The Four Coloring Theorem "Every planar map is four colorable," seems like a pretty basic and easily provable statement. However, this simple concept took over one hundred years and involved more than a dozen mathematicians to finally prove it. Throughout the century that many men pondered this idea, many other problems, solutions, and mathematical concepts were created. I find the Four Coloring Theorem to be very interesting because of it's apparent simplicity paired with it's long, laborious struggle to be proved....   [tags: Graph Geography Essays]

Strong Essays
1566 words | (4.5 pages) | Preview

The System Biology Graph Extender

- \chapter{Introduction} The System Biology Graph Extender(SBGE) ~\cite{eckman} extends the relational database management system with graph objects and operations to support SQL queries over biological networks. It uses SQL to manage graph nodes and edge property data and uses functional extensions to SQL via \textit{user defined functions(UDF)} to manage graph operations. UDFs can be used anywhere in an SQL query that an expression of their return type can be used. It defines a graph as a first--class SQL data type, permitting graph instances using SQL in the same way with strings and numbers....   [tags: Information Technology ]

Powerful Essays
2407 words | (6.9 pages) | Preview

Tobacco Prices Graph Of The Tobacco Industry

- Tobacco Prices Graph The tobacco plant was an extremely lucrative industry during the colonial period because of its highly addictive nature. Tobacco was a valuable commodity that provided a stable income. In fact, tobacco was so valuable that it was used as a form of currency. Despite the increasing demand for tobacco, its price plummeted in the early 1600s. Why did an increase in demand lower the price. Because farmers were able to easily join the tobacco industry and the increase in supply far surpassed the increase in demand....   [tags: Economics, United States, Colonialism]

Better Essays
816 words | (2.3 pages) | Preview

My Spectrum Of Spinach Absorbance Graph

- In my spectrum of spinach absorbance graph, the greatest peaks were at 435 nm, 465 nm, and a smaller peak at 670 nm. These values correspond to the approximate values of visible light wavelengths as indigo (445 nm), blue (475 nm) and red (650 nm)[3], respectively. This indicates that the spinach extract is the most absorbent of these colours and frequencies. The lowest absorbances were between 500 nm - 630 nm , which covers green (510 nm), yellow (570 nm), and orange (590 nm) light [3]. Green is a color that is reflected, and not absorbed by the spinach and this is indicative of the green colour that it appears as....   [tags: Light, Color, Electromagnetic radiation]

Better Essays
771 words | (2.2 pages) | Preview

Analyzing The Data Using Different Methods Of Graph

- There are 44 test scores from students and I am ask to analyze the data using different methods of graph. Talk about advantages and disadvantages of each graphs lastly describing the “Middle” and the “Spread” of the compiled data and how is it significant overall. There are many different types of graphs mathematician can use to compiles data to help them get a better understanding of everything by seeing it visually before start doing all the calculation and draw conclusion. The 4 types of graphs that I am focusing on this test scores from students are Stem-and-leaf, Histogram, Pie graph, and Box-and-whisker....   [tags: Arithmetic mean, Mean, Statistics, Histogram]

Better Essays
811 words | (2.3 pages) | Preview

The Real Gdp Graph From The Federal Reserve Website

- Real GDP measures the total income of everyone in the economy while simultaneously measuring the total expenditure (cost) on the economy’s output of goods and service (adjusted for inflation). In other words, the cost to the buyers of products is the income to sellers of those products. Right now the US economy is progressing in the right direction. The country’s growth is getting more positive, and the increased in crude oil has reduced oil prices. The reduce oil prices have created a rippling effect on the lower cost of transportation, food and raw materials for business....   [tags: Inflation, Macroeconomics, Unemployment]

Better Essays
725 words | (2.1 pages) | Preview

Graph Theory Concepts and Strategies with Ticket to Ride

- Ticket to Ride is a board game created by Alan R. Moon that has been growing in popularity since its first release in 2004 by Days of Wonder. The game components include a map with cities and defined train routes, sets of 45 colored, plastic train car tokens for up to five players, destination tickets, and colored train cards. The premise of the game involves collecting enough of the colored train cards to claim or build train routes to connect various major cities in the United States and southern Canada to earn points as well as completing routes designated on the destination tickets....   [tags: Alan R Moon, board game, United States, Canada]

Research Papers
2979 words | (8.5 pages) | Preview

Solving India 's Rising Crime Graph

- Crime destroys the very fabric of a civilized society. It stops the growth of a country and creates fear among its citizens. Though crime is inevitable in any society, yet it has to be kept at minimum level. But same in not true in India where crime rate is consistently rising. An ordinary citizen is fearful not only of stepping outside their home but they are not safe in their home too. Numerous factors can be cited to explain India’s rising crime graph. Firstly, our law and enforcement mechanisms are not up to date....   [tags: Crime, Police, Criminal justice, Law]

Better Essays
996 words | (2.8 pages) | Preview

Graph Theory

- Tree definitions If you already know what a binary tree is, but not a general tree, then pay close attention, because binary trees are not just the special case of general trees with degree two. I use the definition of a tree from the textbook, but bear in mind that other definitions are possible. Definition. A tree consists of a (possible empty) set of nodes. If it is not empty, it consists of a distinguished node r called the root and zero or more non-empty subtrees T1, T2, …, Tk such that there is a directed edge from r to each of the roots of T1, T2, …, Tk.Definition....   [tags: Information Technology Computer Science]

Free Essays
1544 words | (4.4 pages) | Preview

Data Density Control For Rc ‚â• 2rs

- In [68], [69], authors first time proved the sufficient condition for 1-coverage imply to 1-connectivity: “for a set of sensors that at least 1-cover a convex region A, the communication graph is connected if Rc≥ 2Rs”. Based on this result, when we design a WSN system, we can focus on node deployment strategy and elimiate the connectivity problem by assuming the Rc≥ 2Rs. Zhang and Hou in [70] present a distributed Optimal Geographical Density Control (OGDC) scheme that considers the integrated combine coverage and connectivity problem....   [tags: Graph theory, Graph, Connected space, Green Day]

Better Essays
1233 words | (3.5 pages) | Preview

These results are sorted by most relevant first (ranked search). You may also sort these by color rating or essay length.

Your search returned over 400 essays for "graph"
1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9   …  40    Next >>