Computational Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics and Graph Theory with Mathematica by Sriram Pemmaraju, Steven Skiena. Publisher: Cambridge. Computational Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics and Graph Theory with Mathematica ®. Front Cover · Sriram Pemmaraju, Steven Skiena. Cambridge. Computational Discrete Mathematics. Combinatorics and Graph Theory with. Mathematica. SRIRAM PEMMARAJU. STEVEN SKIENA. The University of Iowa.
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We are proud to announce that Computational Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics and Graph Theory with Mathematica is finally available! Combinatorics and Graph Theory with Mathematica is the definitive guide to Combinatoricaperhaps the most widely used software for teaching and research in discrete mathematics.
The Combinatorica user community ranges from students to engineers to researchers in mathematics, computer science, physics, economics, and the humanities.
Combinatorica is included with every copy of the popular computer algebra system Mathematica. Experimenting with Skieba provides an exciting new way to learn combinatorics and graph theory. This book provides examples of all Combinatiorica functions in action, along with the associated mathematical and algorithmic theory.
The book contains no formal proofs, but enough discussion to understand and mathematisc all the algorithms and theorems contained within.
We cover classical and advanced topics on the most important combinatorial objects: We also cover all important areas of graph theory: This book can also serve as a unique textbook with enough material to teach or supplement full-semester, experimentally-enhanced courses in combinatorics and graph theory using Mathematica. Cycle cover of a hypercube Hamiltonian cycle of the Dodecahedron Bipartite matching of a grid graph Min. Thanks to our new sparse-graph representation, is now possible to do interesting computatiinal on graphs with thousands or even hundreds of thousands of vertices.
Additional functionality in terms of new graph invariants and computations have also been provided. This new version mathematicx codeveloped by Sriram Pemmaraju and Steven Skiena.
Computational Discrete Mathematics : Combinatorics and Graph Theory with Mathematica (R)
The new Combinatorica is best described in our book Computational Discrete Mathematics: A nice review of computationql book appeared in the journal Leonardo. The new Combinatorica is distributed with Mathematica starting with MMa version 4.
The latest Combinatorica is available for download as the file NewCombinatorica. Let us know of your mathematica. A short list of known bugs is available. Combinatorica Resources Combinatorica resources include: Latest version of Combinatorica Available for download as the file NewCombinatorica.
A paper on the history, philosophy, and design goals of Combinatoricato appear in the Graph Theory Notes of New York. Demo Notebook — Check out our demo notebook containing Combinatorica examples. Graph Database — We have assembled a collection of sliena Combinatorica format for testing conjectures and algorithms.
Graph Gallery — Visit our gallery of interesting Combinatorica graphics, including a notebook of our chapter frontpiece images. Auxiliary Code from Book — These bits of code are not of general interest, but were used in particular examples in Computational Discrete Mathematics The official home of Combinatorica on the net is www. Other links of interest include: Goksen Bacak, Tina Beseri, and Unal Ufuktepe have put together a nice interactive graph coloring demo using webMathematica and Combinatorica.
Jason Alexander has produced an interesting LocalInteractions package for experimenting with local interaction models of evolutionary games on top of the graph drawing and editing routines of Combinatorica. Gabriel Valiente has built an interesting package for graph grammars on top of Combinatorica.
Computational Discrete Mathematics: Combinatorics and Graph Theory with Mathematica
John Lattanzio developed a graph coloring heuristic which gives better colorings than the Brelaz function in Combinatorica. Local and WRI copies of this page are also available. The MuPAD-Combinat project has developed an open-source algebraic combinatorics package for the computer algebra system MuPAD, which will be of interest to those focusing on algebraic combinatorics.
The on-line documentation for the original Combinatorica covers only a subset of these functions, which was best described in Steven Skiena’s book: Japanese translation published by Toppan, Tokyo, July This book is now out of print, but might still be ordered on-line. The author still has a very small supply of copies which he may be induced to part with.
A Java-based graph editor for the old Combinatorica has been produced by Miguel Revilla. Look this page up in Google to enable translation from Spanish.
The latest release of the package, data bases of interesting graphs, and additional files which may be of interest are available by anonymous FTP from ftp.
Animations produced using Combinatorica by Joan Trias are also available.