Network Theory and Applications

Book Series
There are 15 volumes in this series
Published 2000 - 2005

About this series

Recently, interest in computer networks has increased rapidly. This has resulted in an extraordinary time for the growth of network theory and its applications. Network theory now lies at the intersection of many areas, including mathematics, computer science, electronic engineering, computer engineering, and operations research. It is made up of many topics, which can be classified into three categories: mathematical theory, software development, and hardware development. The book series focuses on mathematical theory and network design and analysis. It includes but is not limited to the following topics:

  • Graph Theory;
  • Switching Networks;
  • Network Topology Designs with Parallel and Distributing computing;
  • Transportation Networks;
  • Routing on Networks;
  • VLSI Design;
  • Scheduling Algorithms Reliability and Survivability;
  • Graph theoretic techniques for networks;
  • Optical Networks;
  • Wireless Networking.