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Arsenic&Lace
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I constantly find new algorithmic graph theory problems that I need to solve as I work in research. I've learned bits and pieces from google'ing and reinvented the wheel on numerous occasions but it would be nice to get a more standard background. Network science might be more applicable although I don't know; there is usually quite a bit of data on the graphs themselves which is relevant for calculations. Books on network theory/algorithmic graph theory would be nice.
Thanks,
Arsenic 'n Lace
Thanks,
Arsenic 'n Lace