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Improving Discrete Mathematics and Algorithms Curricula with LINK
, 1997
"... This paper introduces the LINK system as an educational tool which can be used to visualize and experiment with discrete algorithms. An extended example demonstrates the flexibility of the system in the context of a fundamental graph algorithm: finding the strongly connected components of a directed ..."
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This paper introduces the LINK system as an educational tool which can be used to visualize and experiment with discrete algorithms. An extended example demonstrates the flexibility of the system in the context of a fundamental graph algorithm: finding the strongly connected components of a directed graph.
LINK: A Combinatorics and Graph Theory Workbench for Applications and Research
, 1995
"... LINK is a set of C++ class libraries that supports applications in discrete mathematics. The libraries include a commandline interpreter and a graphical user interface that allow access to basic data structures such as Sets and Lists, and a graph hierarchy that includes undirected, directed, and "mi ..."
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LINK is a set of C++ class libraries that supports applications in discrete mathematics. The libraries include a commandline interpreter and a graphical user interface that allow access to basic data structures such as Sets and Lists, and a graph hierarchy that includes undirected, directed, and "mixed" hypergraphs and graphs. A "mixed" graph may contain both directed and undirected edges. Many standard data structures including arrays, lists, heaps and binary search trees are within a Container hierarchy. Sets and Sequences are supported within a Collection hierarchy. The data structure hierarchies enable the user to experiment with competing data structure implementations, and with more complex and sophisticated data structures. If an algorithm has several possible choices of a data structure to be used, a single object can be created that is templated with the particular data structure desired. LINK also contains a set of graph generators, layout algorithms for hypergraphs and binar...
Computers and Discovery in Algebraic Graph Theory
 Edinburgh, 2001), Linear Algebra Appl
, 2001
"... We survey computers systems which help to obtain and sometimes provide automatically conjectures and refutations in algebraic graph theory. ..."
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We survey computers systems which help to obtain and sometimes provide automatically conjectures and refutations in algebraic graph theory.
LINK: A system for graph computation
, 1999
"... This paper will describe the basic architecture of the system and illustrate its flexibility with several examples. These descriptions will be accompanied by commentary on the associated design decisions, but will certainly not be exhaustive. The LINK manual fills in We would like to acknowledge the ..."
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This paper will describe the basic architecture of the system and illustrate its flexibility with several examples. These descriptions will be accompanied by commentary on the associated design decisions, but will certainly not be exhaustive. The LINK manual fills in We would like to acknowledge the support of DIMACS and NSF grant CCR9214487. DIMACS is a cooperative project of Rutgers University, Princeton University, AT&T Laboratories, Lucent Technologies/Bell Laboratories Innovations, and Bellcore. DIMACS is an NSF Science and Technology Center, funded under contract STC9119999; and also receives support from the New Jersey Commission on Science and Technology.
An Informal Preview of the Link System
, 1996
"... This document gives a preview of Link, a software system for graph theory and combinatorics which will be useful in both research and education. It should be ..."
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This document gives a preview of Link, a software system for graph theory and combinatorics which will be useful in both research and education. It should be