By Béla Bollobás, Oliver Riordan (auth.), Stefano Leonardi (eds.)

This quantity comprises the 14 contributed papers and the contribution of the prestigious invited speaker B´ ela Bollob´ as provided on the third Workshop on Algorithms and versions for the Web-Graph (WAW 2004), held in Rome, Italy, October sixteen, 2004, along side the forty fifth Annual IEEE Symposium on Foundations of machine technological know-how (FOCS 2004). the realm large net has develop into a part of our lifestyle and knowledge retrievalanddataminingontheWebisnowofenormouspracticalinterest.Some of the algorithms helping those actions are dependent considerably on viewing the net as a graph, triggered in quite a few methods by means of hyperlinks between pages, hyperlinks between hosts, or different comparable networks. Theaimofthe2004WorkshoponAlgorithmsandModelsfortheWeb-Graph was once to additional the certainty of those Web-induced graphs, and stimulate the advance of high-performance algorithms and functions that use the graphstructureoftheWeb.Theworkshopwasmeantbothtofosteranexchange of rules one of the different set of researchers already eager about this subject, and to behave as an advent for the bigger neighborhood to the cutting-edge during this zone. This used to be the 3rd version of a really winning workshop in this subject, WAW 2002 used to be held in Vancouver, Canada, at the side of the forty third - nual IEEE Symposium on Foundations of computing device technology, FOCS 2002, and WAW 2003 used to be held in Budapest, Hungary, along side the twelfth Int- nationwide world-wide-web convention, WWW 2003. This used to be the ?rst variation of the workshop with formal proceedings.

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The typical fundamental task in such applications is to select a subset of nodes in the network that will ‘provide’ a certain service to all other vertices. For this to be timeefficient, all other vertices must be directly connected to the selected nodes, and in order for it to be cost-effective, the number of selected nodes must be minimal. In relation to web graphs, a dominating set may be used to devise efficient web searches. For an set can be considered as a more faulttolerant structure. e.

B. Wieland and A. P. Godbole. On the domination number of a random graph. Elec. J. , 8:# R37, 2001. 25. N. C. Wormald. The differential equation method for random graph processes and greedy algorithms. In and H. J. Prömel, editors, Lectures on Approximation and Randomized Algorithms, pages 73–155. PWN, Warsaw, 1999. 26. M. Zito. Greedy algorithms for minimisation problems in random regular graphs. Proc 9th ESA, pp 524–536, LNCS 2161. Springer-Verlag, 2001. A Geometric Preferential Attachment Model of Networks Abraham D.

We further show that if K sufficiently large, then is connected and has diameter whp. 1 Introduction Recently there has been much interest in understanding the properties of realworld large-scale networks such as the structure of the Internet and the World Wide Web. For a general introduction to this topic, see Bollobás and Riordan [8], Hayes [21], Watts [32], or Aiello, Chung and Lu [2]. One approach is to model these networks by random graphs. e. the proportion of vertices of degree is approximately for some constants C, The classical models of random graphs introduced by and Renyi [18] do not have power law degree sequences, so they are not suitable for modeling these networks.