## Discrete Mathematics Modules

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vThis is an exploration of isomorphic graphs in the field of chemistry.

Authors: Mark Goldberg, Curtis Breneman. Keywords: graph theory, graph isomorphism Learning Level: college Applets:

vAn introduction to graph theory using an industrial machine-tool configuration problem as the practical motivator. The module's goal is to provide an introduction to graph theory and to impart the ability to model a certain class of industrial problems as graph theory problems.

Authors: Mark Goldberg, Jan Kratky. Keywords: graph theory, combinatorics Learning Level: college Applets: DiffGraphs, Drill Animator.

vAn exploration of the application of graph theory to real-world modern networking problems. After completing this module, students should be able to apply the principles of graph theory in solving real-world networking problems.

Authors: Mark Goldberg, Jan Kratky. Keywords: networking, shortest paths, graph theory, combinatorics Learning Level: college Applets: Graph Animator.

vAn exploration of Sperner's lemma and its real-world consequences.

Authors: Mark Goldberg, Jan Kratky. Keywords: graph theory, combinatorics, modeling Learning Level: college Applets: Triangles.

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