[GIS Book/PDF] Graphs and Networks: Multilevel Modeling

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This book concerns the use of graphs for the simulation and representation of transport networks. Its aim is to cover networks in both spatial analysis and urban management, together with the simulation by graph theory, a tool that makes it possible to solve various classic problems such as high-speed roads between one or more origins and destinations, the capacity of a network, etc. It will also be possible to apply these results to other applications such as personal networks and communications networks, making this book a useful reference tool for those involved in this area.

Book Info

Graphs and Networks: Multilevel Modeling

Author(s): Philippe Mathis

Series: Geographical Information Systems Series (ISTE-GIS)

Publisher: Wiley-ISTE, Year: 2007

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