Changing And Unchanging Of The Radius Of A Graph
Abbreviated Journal Title
Linear Alg. Appl.
Mathematics, Applied; Mathematics
Harary introduced the concept of changing and unchanging of a graphical invariant i, asking for characterizations of graphs G = (V, E) for which i(G - v), i(G - e) or i(G + e) either differ from i(G) or are equal to i(G) for all v is an element of V, e is an element of E, or e is an element of (E) over bar, respectively, where (E) over bar is the set of edges in the complement of G. This paper examines changing and unchanging properties of the radius of a graph, an important parameter in network design.
Linear Algebra and Its Applications
Article; Proceedings Paper
"Changing And Unchanging Of The Radius Of A Graph" (1995). Faculty Bibliography 1990s. 1332.