Spectral Graph Theory, Issue 92 (Google eBook)
Beautifully written and elegantly presented, this book is based on 10 lectures given at the CBMS workshop on spectral graph theory in June 1994 at Fresno State University. Chung's well-written exposition can be likened to a conversation with a good teacher - one who not only gives you the facts, but tells you what is really going on, why it is worth doing, and how it is related to familiar ideas in other areas. The monograph is accessible to the nonexpert who is interested in reading about this evolving area of mathematics.
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Eigenvalues and the Laplacian of a graph
Diameters and eigenvalues
Paths flows and routing
Eigenvalues and quasirandomness
Expanders and explicit constructions
Eigenvalues of symmetrical graphs
Eigenvalues of subgraphs with boundary conditions
Advanced techniques for random walks on graphs
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