## network analysis

##### FC-19 - Networks defined

- Define different interpretations of “cost” in various routing applications
- Describe networks that apply to specific applications or industries
- Create a data set with network attributes and topology
- Define the following terms pertaining to a network: Loops, multiple edges, the degree of a vertex, walk, trail, path, cycle, fundamental cycle

##### AM-44 - Accessibility modeling

- Describe alternate definitions of accessibility on a network
- Describe methods for measuring different kinds of accessibility on a network
- Contrast accessibility modeling at the individual level versus at an aggregated level
- Compare current accessibility models with early models of market potential

##### AM-43 - Other classic network problems

- Describe several classic problems to which network analysis is applied (e.g., the traveling salesman problem, the Chinese postman problem)
- Explain why heuristic solutions are generally used to address the combinatorially complex nature of these problems and the difficulty of solving them optimally

##### FC-19 - Networks defined

- Define different interpretations of “cost” in various routing applications
- Describe networks that apply to specific applications or industries
- Create a data set with network attributes and topology
- Define the following terms pertaining to a network: Loops, multiple edges, the degree of a vertex, walk, trail, path, cycle, fundamental cycle

##### AM-44 - Accessibility modeling

- Describe alternate definitions of accessibility on a network
- Describe methods for measuring different kinds of accessibility on a network
- Contrast accessibility modeling at the individual level versus at an aggregated level
- Compare current accessibility models with early models of market potential

##### AM-43 - Other classic network problems

- Describe several classic problems to which network analysis is applied (e.g., the traveling salesman problem, the Chinese postman problem)
- Explain why heuristic solutions are generally used to address the combinatorially complex nature of these problems and the difficulty of solving them optimally

##### FC-19 - Networks defined

- Define different interpretations of “cost” in various routing applications
- Describe networks that apply to specific applications or industries
- Create a data set with network attributes and topology
- Define the following terms pertaining to a network: Loops, multiple edges, the degree of a vertex, walk, trail, path, cycle, fundamental cycle

##### AM-44 - Accessibility modeling

- Describe alternate definitions of accessibility on a network
- Describe methods for measuring different kinds of accessibility on a network
- Contrast accessibility modeling at the individual level versus at an aggregated level
- Compare current accessibility models with early models of market potential

## AM-43 - Other classic network problems