## A Structural Analysis of the State-wide Transmission Network Utilizing Graph-theoretic Measures |

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345 kV network alpha Chapter connected graph cyclomatic number Department of Geography E. J. Taaffe EHV transmission lines electrical flow elements energy facility evaluate existing network following substations Geography of Transportation graph G Graph theory graph-theoretic measures H. L. Gautheir increase K. J. Kansky Kewaunee land-use least central Length of Line matrix algebra maximum number measures of nodal miles Additional Information nodal accessibility Nonlinear Programming North Appleton number of circuits number of edges number of linkages number of nodes Number of Subgraphs number of vertices observed number Originating Point pairs of nodes planar graph Point Beach power plant siting Power System Prentice-Hall procedure proposed additions ratio measure Research Paper Rocky Run shortest-path matrix Structure of Transportation Taaffe and H. L. theta index total mileage total number Transmission Length Transmission Terminating Point Transportation Networks Type of Substation University of Chicago UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON vertex voltage Weighted by Function Weston-Wesbay