By Richard A. Brualdi

The ebook bargains with the numerous connections among matrices, graphs, diagraphs and bipartite graphs. the fundamental thought of community flows is constructed so one can receive lifestyles theorems for matrices with prescribed combinatorical homes and to procure quite a few matrix decomposition theorems. different chapters conceal the everlasting of a matrix and Latin squares. The e-book ends by means of contemplating algebraic characterizations of combinatorical homes and using combinatorial arguments in proving classical algebraic theorems, together with the Cayley-Hamilton Theorem and the Jorda Canonical shape.

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But the transpose of a permutation matrix is equal to its inverse. Thus A and A' are similar matrices and hence G and G' have the same spectrum. Two nonisomorphic general graphs G and G' with the same spectrum are called cospectral. 1 two pairs of cospectral graphs of orders 5 and 6 with characteristic polynomials f(>.. ) (>.. - 2)(>" + 2)>.. 3 and f(>.. ) (>.. 3 - >.. 2 - 5>" + 1 ) , respectively. 2 The Adjacency Matrix of a Graph 27 + Figure 2 . 1 . Two pairs of cospectral graphs. connected provided that every pair of vertices a and b as endpoints.

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