Ch 5 Notes Part 2

Ch 5 Notes Part 2 - Can you trace the drawings without...

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Unformatted text preview: Can you trace the drawings without lifting your pencil and without retracing any of the lines? What is an Euler Circuit Problem? It is a routing problem – ways to deliver goods/services such as mail, packages, pizza, garbage collection, bus services Existence Question – Is a route possible? Optimization Question – Of all possible routes, which one is the best when taking into consideration cost, distance, time In an Euler Circuit problem, the route must pass through everywhere better definition to come later Graphs : a picture consisting of dots called vertices and lines called edges Loop : an edge connecting a vertex back to itself Vertex Set : listing all of the vertices { } V A B C D E F = , , , , , Edge Set : listing all of the edges { } E AB AD BB BC BE CD CD DE = , , , , , , , There is a loop at vertex B F is an isolated vertex Disconnected Graph Graph With No Edges { } V A B C D = , , , {} E = The Empty Set Who’s Dating Who? Different . . . But The Same?!?...
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course MATH 110 taught by Professor Pietro during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Fredonia.

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