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The Theory of Consumer Choice (Graphing Notebook) By Chris Thomas
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This book is designed for both students and teachers. First, students receive handouts of each graph including a table of contents page to help with their organization. Second, teachers receive step... More > by step PDF slides of each graph that can be displayed for their students to copy on the handouts during instruction. List of Graphs: Diminishing Marginal Utility, Indifference Curves (Perfect Substitutes), Indifference Curves (Perfect Complements), Indifference Curves (Normal Preferences), Indifference Curves (Budget Constraint), Indifference Curves (Consumer’s Optimum), Indifference Curves (Normal Good), and Indifference Curves (Inferior Good)< Less
Graph Teasers By Benjamin McGahee
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This text is based on graph theory and discrete math in computer science. It includes 3 lessons to introduce concepts and terminology and 7 puzzles that the reader can solve.
Graph Teasers By Benjamin McGahee
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This text is based on graph theory and discrete math in computer science. It includes 3 lessons to introduce concepts and terminology and 7 puzzles that the reader can solve.
Ranking Soccer Teams Using Graph Theory By Sukrit Tripathi
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This paper applies concepts of graph theory to look create tournament ranking of football teams
Connections between graph theory, additive combinatorics, and finite incidence geometry By Michael Tait
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A Ph.D. thesis on extremal graph theory, combinatorial number theory, theory of projective planes, and the connections between these three areas.
Connections between graph theory, additive combinatorics, and finite incidence geometry By Michael Tait
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This Ph.D. thesis studies extremal graph theory, combinatorial number theory, and the theory of projective planes, with an emphasis on the connections between these three areas.
Chemistry in Theory By Bwaraniko Paul
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The book is the first edition of the SPFSC Chemistry i constructed personally using my own experiences and knowledge on the course. The book contains important concept which response to each... More > objective stated in SPFSC Chemistry Prescription effective 2012. This is applicable to the Year 13 Students in the South Pacific region taking science course. The book ensures that every required principle stated in the prescription are well elaborated in a simple approach using diagrams, graphs and tables. Activities were also given, though most of them are referenced from the SPFSC Chemistry past papers available at the SPBEA website. Teacher find it time consuming digging through several text books and other sources, and linking them together to deliver a lesson. With this book, you will find it easier to prepare your lesson as all the required concept are all given. No more doubts whether the topics are covered or not for SPFSC Chemistry. The book has them all. Good Luck and enjoy the book< Less
An Alternative Theory of Global Warming and Cooling By George T. Croft, Ph.D.
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A theory is developed based on well established principles of physics and astronomy that correctly predicts the time and latitude of the retreat of the recent North American ice age and the warming... More > observed BP.The role of green house gases in determining the temperature of Earth is also discussed in detail.Equations are derived and used to calculate the effects of changes in eccentricity of Earth's orbit, the spin axis tilt angle, and the direction of the spin axis(the precession angle) on the energy received from the sun at any point on Earth. The equations predict a quasi-periodic variation in energy received by Earth as the precession angle advances counterclockwise. Many graphs showing energy received by Earth as a function of latitude, precession and spin axis tilt angles and the orbital position of Earth are contained in the book.< Less
Algorithms in C : (Introduction)(Array)(Matrix)(Sorting)(Stack)(Queue)(Linked List)(Tree)(Graph)(Hashing)(Misc.Topics)(Algorithms)(Unsolved Problems) By Harry H. Chaudhary
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Essential Data Structures Skills -- Made Easy! This book gives a good start and Complete intro for data structures & algorithms for Beginner’s. While reading this book it is fun and easy... More > to read it. This book is best suitable for first time DSA readers, Covers all fast track topics of DSA for all Computer Science students and Professionals. Data Structures and Other Objects Using C or C++ takes a gentle approach to the data structures course in C Providing an early, text gives students a firm grasp of key concepts and allows those experienced in another language to adjust easily. Using C, this book develops the concepts and theory of data structures and algorithm analysis in a gradual, step-by-step manner, proceeding from concrete examples to abstract principles. 1 Introduction. 2 Array. 3 Matrix . 4 Sorting . 5 Stack. 6 Queue. 7 Linked List. 8 Tree. 9 Graph . 10 Hashing. 11 Algorithms. 12 Misc. Topics. 13 Problems.< Less
On the Structure of Complex Networks By Daniel Grady
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Large-scale complex networks in natural, social, and technological systems exhibit an abundance of rich information, and extracting meaningful structural features from network data is one of the most... More > challenging tasks in network theory. Nonetheless, understanding these networks is essential to explaining phenomena in transportation, epidemiology, sociology, economics, and other fields. This book presents three novel analyses of large-scale empirical networks. First, a comparison of two world-wide transportation systems reveals many statistical similarities despite extremely different operational and geographic constraints. Second, we develop a new method for determining geographic borders based on human mobility. Finally, we demonstrate how measuring networks in terms of shortest-path trees can identify a robust network skeleton, and its relevance in predicting dynamical processes.< Less