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This publication addresses a brand new interdisciplinary zone rising at the border among a number of components of arithmetic, physics, chemistry, nanotechnology, and desktop technological know-how. the point of interest this is on difficulties and strategies on the topic of graphs, quantum graphs, and fractals that parallel these from differential equations, differential geometry, or geometric research. additionally integrated are such diversified subject matters as quantity conception, geometric staff conception, waveguide concept, quantum chaos, quantum cord platforms, carbon nano-structures, metal-insulator transition, machine imaginative and prescient, and communique networks. This quantity features a detailed number of specialist reports at the major instructions in research on graphs (e.g., on discrete geometric research, zeta-functions on graphs, lately rising connections among the geometric team thought and fractals, quantum graphs, quantum chaos on graphs, modeling waveguide structures and modeling quantum graph structures with waveguides, keep watch over concept on graphs), in addition to learn articles.
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