NikoUc-Trinajstic-Randic index Wiener index [Pg.564]

Randic, M. (2008) On history of the Randic index and emerging hostility toward chemical graph theory. MATCH Commun. Math. Comput. Chem., 59, 5-124. [Pg.1150]

The Nikolic-Trinajstic-Randic index, denoted by " W and called by the authors of this book modified Wiener index, is defined according to the original Wiener definition but using the reciprocal of the number of vertices on each side of the bond [Nikolic, Trinajstic et al, 2001b Randic and Zupan, 2001] [Pg.940]

Electronic index (bonded atoms) 19.46 Wiener index 2086.0 Randic index 13.94 Balaban index 0.94 [Pg.145]

Araujo, O. and Rada, J. (2000) Randic index and lexicographic order./. Math. Chem., 27, 201-212. [Pg.976]

The information analogue of the Randic index, %R, was defined 83) by partitioning the graph edges into classes, depending on the equality of their partial connectivity [Pg.45]

Rada, J., Araujo, O. and Gutman, 1. (2001) Randic index of benzenoid systems and phenylenes. Croat. Chem. Acta, 74, 225-235. [Pg.1147]

Other quite frequently used indices are the Randic index and the information-topological indices such as the Bonchev index (see Chapter VIll, Section 1 in the Handbook), Up to now several hundred indices have been devised. [Pg.295]

Xueliang L, Yongtang S, Wang L (2012) On a relation between randic index and algebraic connectivity. Match 68(3) 843-839 [Pg.130]

I. Gutman and B. Furtula, eds.. Recent results in the theory of Randic index, University of Kragujevac, Kragujevac, Serbia, 2008. [Pg.152]

Gravitation index (all atoms) 1001.7 Gravitation index (bonded atoms) 712.7 Electronic index (all atoms) 6.83 Electronic index (bonded atoms) 4.49 Wiener index 26.0 Randic index 2.87 Balaban index 2.10 [Pg.123]

Kier and Hall defined [Kier and Hall, 1986 Kier and Hall, 1977b] a general scheme based on the Randic index to calculate also zero-order and higher-order descriptors, thus obtaining connectivity indices of m th order, usually known as Kier-Hall connectivity indices. They are calculated by the following [Pg.85]

In spite of existence of a large number of descriptors [9], the main idea of their calculation can be illustrated with Wiener number (W) and connectivity indices of zero-order ( ) and hrst-order the latter is also known as Randic index [8, 12-15]. [Pg.357]

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