Eccentricity Based Indices for Some Classes Fence Graphs

Document Type: Original Article


Annamalai University


One of the most important ideas employed in chemical graph theory is that of so-called topological
indices. This is to associate a numerical value with a graph structure that often has some kind of
correlation with corresponding chemicals properties. In this paper, we consider some infinite
families of 3-fence graphs, namely, ladder, circular ladder and Mobius ladder. We compute some
of the eccentricity based topological indices of these graphs and their line graphs.

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Eccentricity Based Indices for Some Classes Fence Graphs


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