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found 9 matches
- Chien-Cheng Tseng, Su-Ling Lee:
Design of Graph Filter Using Spectral Transformation and Window Method. ISPACS 2019: 1-2
- Hongying Lin, Bo Zhou:
The changes in distance Laplacian spectral radius of graphs resulting from graft transformations. Discret. Appl. Math. 219: 147-157 (2017)
- Guanglong Yu, Hailiang Zhang, Jinling Shu:
Some graft transformations and its applications on Q-spectral radius of a graph. Ars Comb. 126: 3-11 (2016)
- Zhen Yan, Li Han, Dapeng Wang, Jianguo Xu, Lin Li:
Shape Matching Based on Non-rigid Spectral Transformation. CAD/Graphics 2015: 204-205
- Milan Nath, Somnath Paul:
Graph Transformation and Distance spectral radius. Discret. Math. Algorithms Appl. 5(3) (2013)
- Guanglong Yu, Huicai Jia, Hailiang Zhang, Jinlong Shu:
Some graft transformations and its applications on the distance spectral radius of a graph. Appl. Math. Lett. 25(3): 315-319 (2012)
- Jérôme Kunegis, Andreas Lommatzsch:
Learning spectral graph transformations for link prediction. ICML 2009: 561-568
- Whitney J. Townsend, Mitchell A. Thornton, Rolf Drechsler, D. Michael Miller:
Computing walsh, arithmetic, and reed-muller spectral decision diagrams using graph transformations. ACM Great Lakes Symposium on VLSI 2002: 178-183
- Mitchell A. Thornton, Rolf Drechsler:
Spectral decision diagrams using graph transformations. DATE 2001: 713-719
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