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2016

Highly Cited

2016

The Wiener index (i.e., the total distance or the transmission number), defined as the sum of distances between all unordered… Expand

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2009

Highly Cited

2009

If G is a connected graph, then the distance between two edges is, by definition, the distance between the corresponding vertices… Expand

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2003

Highly Cited

2003

In the literature, the terms species richness and species diversity are sometimes used interchangeably. We suggest that at the… Expand

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2002

Highly Cited

2002

The Wiener index W is the sum of distances between all pairs of vertices of a (connected) graph. Hexagonal systems (HS's) are a… Expand

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Highly Cited

2002

Highly Cited

2002

The Wiener index of a graph is the sum of all pairwise distances of vertices of the graph. In this paper, we characterize the… Expand

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Highly Cited

1997

Highly Cited

1997

The Wiener number W(G) of a graph G is the sum of distances between all pairs of vertices of G. If (G, w) is a vertex-weighted… Expand

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Highly Cited

1996

Highly Cited

1996

The Schultz molecular topological index (MTI) is compared with the Wiener index (W) of a molecular graph. It is shown that 2vminW… Expand

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Highly Cited

1996

Highly Cited

1996

In 1993 two novel distance-based topological indices were put forward. In the case of acyclic molecular graphs both are equal to… Expand

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Highly Cited

1996

Highly Cited

1996

Particularly for structure−property correlations there are many chemical graph-theoretic indices, one of which is Wiener's “path… Expand

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Highly Cited

1988

Highly Cited

1988

The Wiener index of a graphG is equal to the sum of distances between all pairs of vertices ofG. It is known that the Wiener… Expand

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