Abstract of Talk by Dr. Nathaniel Dean

Analyzing Incomprehensible Networks

Dr. Nathaniel Dean
Software Production Research Center
AT&T Bell Laboratories
600 Mountain Avenue, Ofc. 2C-415
Murray Hill, NJ 07974-0636

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Networks are often used to represent relational systems of discrete objects such as communications systems, entity-relationship diagrams and proximity data. A variety of graph theoretic tools have been developed to explore such systems. This talk gives a broad survey of graph theory motivated by a variety of solved and unsolved problems in the analysis of networks.

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