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Basic information about a final thesis
Type of thesis:
|Spectral Properties of Graphs and their Applications|
Written by (author):
|Opponent 1:||prof. RNDr. Martin Knor, PhD.|
|Final thesis progress:||Final thesis was successfully defended.|
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|Language of final thesis:||English|
Title of the thesis:
Spectral Properties of Graphs and their Applications
The Thesis is a commented overview of a selection results contained in six publications of the author (ﬁve in co-authorship), with full length copies of the papers attached as Appendices. The central theme are spectra of graphs and the interplay between pairs ofgraphswithmutuallyinversespectra. Theworkisintroducedbyareviewofthefront divisor technique for determination of graph spectra. Most of the material that follows is concerned with ways of meaningfully inverting a graph to obtain one with inverse spectrum to that of the original graph. A detailed survey of known approaches to this problem is given, followed by a presentation of a range of constructions of various types of graph inverses. Using advanced methods of nonlinear optimization a number of estimates of important parameters related to graph spectra are obtained and their applications are discussed. The exposition is permeated throughout by highlighting author’s contributions to individual topics.
|graph, spectra, inverse|
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