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I've just found the internet

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I've just found the internet. How does information travel across the internet?. TCP/IP TCP wiki IP wiki Request generated by user (“click”) Response sent as set of packets with time stamps Receipt acknowledged Response regenerated if ack not received. Bandwidth.

I've just found the internet

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- TCP/IP
- TCP wiki
- IP wiki
- Request generated by user (“click”)
- Response sent as set of packets with time stamps
- Receipt acknowledged
- Response regenerated if ack not received.

- Packets seek shortest/fastest path
- Determined by number of hops
- Queues form at hubs; bottlenecks can occur
- Repeat requests can add to traffic

- Determining the shortest path
- Presumes: lookup table of possible routes
- Presumes: knowledge of structure of internet
- Mathematical structure: directed, weighted graph.
- Other related problems: railroad networks, interstate network, google search problem, etc.

- A graph consists of:
- set of vertices
- A set of edges connecting vertex pair
- Incidence matrix: which edges are connected

The incidence matrix of a graph gives the (0,1)-matrix which has a row for each vertex and column for each edge, and (v,e)=1 iff vertex v is incident upon edge e

- Eulerian: circuit that traverses each edge exactly once
- Which graphs possess Euler circuits?

- A statement that no one can understand
- A statement that only a mathematician can understand
- A statement that can be verified from “first principles”
- A statement that is “always true”

- An argument that appeals to intuition, but may not be compelling by itself.
- In the case of the Eulerian graph theorem, think of the vertex as a room and the edges as hallways connecting rooms.
- If you leave using one hallway then you have to return using a different one.
- “Induction argument”

- Diameter
- Girth
- Chromatic number
- etc

- The four color problem

- Six employees, A,B,C,D,E,F
- Some do not get along with others
- Find smallest number of compatible work groups

- Subgraph: vertices subset of vertex set, edges subset of edge set
- Complete: every vertex is connected to every other vertex.

- There are several men and 15 women in a room. Each man shakes hands with exactly 6 women, and each woman shakes hands with exactly 8 men.
- How many men are in the room?

- Samantha the sculptress wishes to make “world peace” sculpture based on the following idea: she will sculpt 7 pillars, one for each continent, placing them in circle. Then she will string gold thread between the pillars so that each pillar is connected to exactly 3 others.
- Can Samantha do this?

- There are 7 guests at a formal dinner party. The host wishes each person to shake hands with each other person, for a total of 21 handshakes, according to:
- Each handshake should involve someone from the previous handshake
- No person should be involved in 3 consecutive handshakes
- Is this possible?

- King Arthur and his knights wish to sit at the round table every evening in such a way that each person has different neighbors on each occasion. If KA has 10 knights, for how long can he do this?
- Suppose he wants to do this for 7 nights. How many knights does he need, at a minimum?