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 AM  Vol.10 No.10 , October 2019
On the First and Second Locating Zagreb Indices of Graphs
Abstract: By the distance or degree of vertices of the molecular graph, we can define graph invariant called topological indices. Which are used in chemical graph to describe the structures and predicting some physicochemical properties of chemical compound? In this paper, by introducing two new topological indices under the name first and second Zagreb locating indices of a graph G, we establish the exact values of those indices for some standard families of graphs included the firefly graph.
Cite this paper: Wazzan, S. and Saleh, A. (2019) On the First and Second Locating Zagreb Indices of Graphs. Applied Mathematics, 10, 805-816. doi: 10.4236/am.2019.1010057.
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