Monthly Archives: September 2014

House Graphs and House X Graphs – Eulerian and Hamiltonian Paths

As stated before, House and House X Graphs aren’t widely described on the Internet, following from my previous post on the properties of House Graphs, I wanted to show that House (X) Graphs aren’t Eulerian (do not have a Eulerian … Continue reading

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A Journey of Debugging – How I Started

It seems that most of my friends at Sysnative have all written an account of how they started debugging and why they find it so fascinating. I suppose that debugging is quite an obscure subject which often forms a small … Continue reading

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Bull Graph Labels – Prime and Graceful

I haven’t seen any articles or papers where the labeling types for Bull Graphs have been discussed, and therefore will demonstrate that Bull Graphs can be gracefully labeled and prime labeled. There is three variants of Bull Graphs, the name … Continue reading

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Chromatic Properties of House and House X Graphs

As with Bull Graphs, House Graphs are simple graphs (not the Graph Theoretic definition) which have been neglected. They may not be interesting or yield any important findings to professional research mathematicians, but I haven’t been able to find a … Continue reading

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WinDbg Commands and Extensions – SwishDbgExt Library

The SwishDbgExt library contains a number of interesting extensions which are imperative for deep debugging results. The SwishDbgExt library was written by Matt Suiche. Note: If you wish to use the ProcDumpExt DLL for WinDbg, and also view the help … Continue reading

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