The Adjacent Eccentric Distance Sum Index of One Pentagonal Carbon Nanocones
Let G = (V(G), E(G)) be a simple connected graph. The adjacent eccentric distance sum index of G is defined as AEDS(G) = ∑ u∈V(G)(ecc(u)D(u))/deg(u), where ecc(u) is the largest distance between u and any vertex V of graph G and deg(u) is the degree of u and D(u) = ∑ u∈V(G) D(u, v) is the sum of all distances from the vertex u. In this paper we present an exact formula for the adjacent eccentric distance sum index of one pentagonal carbon nanocones.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: October 1, 2015
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