# Author: Namita Tiwari

# Max Flow – Min Cut Theory

Hello Readers Hope you are doing well. Today i am here with detailed discussion on Max Flow - Min Cut problems and solutions. For application part you can refer my previous post Network Flows: Max Flow + MinCut Theory. Consider the following situation why Max flow is required. From the above image it is clear … Continue reading Max Flow – Min Cut Theory

# Network Flows: Max Flow + MinCut Theory

Hello Readers Happy New Year 2018 Hope you are doing well. Today I am going to post a very very important topic of Graph theory that is Network Flows. Let us think two questions "What and Why" about Network Flows. Readers, just imagine you are a courier service provider and you have to deliver some … Continue reading Network Flows: Max Flow + MinCut Theory

# Real Analysis:Book

Hello Readers Hope you are doing well. Last week i was reading Real Analysis material and i found one book with number of good problems and examples. i thought that i must share this book to you guys. You can download it with the following link. A problem book on real analysis Thanks for reading. … Continue reading Real Analysis:Book

# Calculus of Variation: Notes

Hello Readers How are you? Hope you are doing well. Today I am going to post a link of some well explained solved problems on Calculation of Variations. This PDF is really very helpful for your competitive exams covering this topic. You can download it with the following link. Calculus of Variation Problems Thanks for … Continue reading Calculus of Variation: Notes

# Mathematics Books

Hello Readers Hope you are doing well. This time, I am here with links/pdf's of good books and i am sure it is very helpful to the readers and specially for those who are preparing for Competitive exams like CSIR NET/SET/NBHM/TIFR/GATE etc . I think books are the best friends of learners. So enjoy maths … Continue reading Mathematics Books

# Special Graph Examples

Hello Readers Hope you are doing well Today i am posting below some examples of special graphs that are really interesting. Thank you Stay Connected, Stay learnt Dr. Namita Tiwari