A Graph-Theoretic Approach To Enterprise Network Dynamics (Progress In Computer Science And Applied Logic)
A Graph-Theoretic Approach to Enterprise Network Dynamics (Progress in Computer Science and Applied Logic)
This monograph treats the application of numerous graph-theoretic algorithms to a comprehensive analysis of dynamic enterprise networks. Network dynamics analysis yields valuable information about network performance, efficiency, fault prediction, cost optimization, indicators and warnings. Based on many years of applied research on generic network dynamics, this work covers a number of elegant applications (including many new and experimental results) of traditional graph theory algorithms and techniques to computationally tractable network dynamics analysis to motivate network analysts, practitioners and researchers alike.
From the reviews:
"This book introduces various graph theory topics, and shows how these concepts can be used to solve some of the real problems that arise in these five functional areas. … It is more suitable for research professors working with data networks, graduate students in the subject, or advanced undergrads in discrete mathematics." (G. M. White, Computing Reviews, Vol. 50 (1), January, 2009)
"This monograph focusses on the dynamic nature of networks. It provides guidance in answering questions concerning the detection and identification of faults … . Most mathematicians will appreciate the applications … and at the same time...