An open database of interesting graphs : the House of Graphs
Presented by Prof. Hadrien MéLOT
Type: Oral presentation
House of Graphs (http://hog.grinvin.org) is a searchable database of graphs. It offers lists of graphs and generators but also a special list of graphs that turned out to be interesting or relevant in the study of graph theoretic problems or as counterexamples to conjectures. A prototype of this project was first presented in the previous edition of CSD (Computers in Scientific Discovery 5, Sheffield, 2010). Since then the House of Graphs has evolved and is now also open to graphs that are submitted by users. In this talk, we present the current features of the House of Graphs and explain how graphs were initially selected to be in the database.
Location: Portorož, Slovenia
Address: University of Primorska, Faculty of Tourism Studies, Obala 11a, SI-6320 Portorož - Portorose, Slovenia