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2016

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2016

Graph embedding algorithms embed a graph into a vector space where the structure and the inherent properties of the graph are… Expand

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2013

Highly Cited

2013

A graph is called cubic and tetravalent if all of its vertices have valency 3 and 4, respectively. It is called vertex-transitive… Expand

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2007

Highly Cited

2007

Social Network Analysis Methods And Social network analysis (SNA) is the process of investigating social structures through the… Expand

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2000

Highly Cited

2000

PART ONE: WHERE DO NEW IDEAS COME FROM? Introduction 1. From tools to theories: A heuristic of discovery 2. Mind as computer: The… Expand

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1993

Highly Cited

1993

We call an infinite graph G accessible if there exists a natural number k such that any two ends of G can be separated by k edges… Expand

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1992

Highly Cited

1992

We describe an interval logic for reasoning about space. The logic simpli es an earlier theory developed by Randell and Cohn, and… Expand

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1991

Highly Cited

1991

Heuristic algorithms manipulating finite groups often work under the assumption that certain operations lead to “random” elements… Expand

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1991

Highly Cited

1991

We describe all regular tiings of the torus and the Klein bottle. We apply this to describe, for each orientable (respectively… Expand

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1988

Highly Cited

1988

Most real decisions, unlike those of economics texts, have a status quo alternative—that is, doing nothing or maintaining one's… Expand

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1971

Highly Cited

1971

The notion of ''similarity'' as defined in this paper is essentially a generalization of the notion of equivalence. In the same… Expand

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