Graphs and Networks

Course Description

Basic significance of graphs theory; concepts and definitions. Graphs classification. Tree, trees generating and basic properties of tree. Minimal-tree synthesis. Graphs matrix representation. Graphs ponderability. Paths problem analysis. Planar graphs. Connection graphs concept. Cut sets and loops. Graphs matching. Mathematical methods in graphs analysis. Graphs theory application in analysis and synthesis of electric networks and systems.

Study Programmes

Postgraduate doctoral study programme


D. Veljan (1989.), Kombinatorika s teorijom grafova, Školska knjiga, Zagreb.
B. Carre (1979.), Graphs and networks, Claredon Press, Oxford.
S. Seshu, M. B. Reed (1961.), Linear Graphs and Electrical Networks, Addison-Wesley P. C. London

For students


ID 154918
  Winter semester
L0 English Level
L1 e-Learning