Discrete Mathematics Labolatory
Let’s explore the wonders of points and lines
We conduct research on the graph theory or the structure of shapes connected by several points and sides. For example, a shape called “graph” can be regarded as an abstract of a route map if we assume stations as “points” and routes as “sides.” This theory is applied to various mathematical sciences and engineering tasks and serves as one of the most basic computer science theories. We are also studying about how efficiently we can stuff things into a container while developing mathematics teaching materials.
Affiliation

Information and Communications Engineering

Faculty Name

MATSUDA, Haruhide

Academic Society

The Mathematical Society of Japan American Mathematical Society 
Keyword

Graph theory, Discrete mathematics, Discrete geometry, Geometry, Teacher trainings, Teaching material development, Mathematical science 
Study Fields
Mathematics
Information science
Information engineering
Information science
Information engineering
For Society
The graph theory is applied to things around us, for example, the allotment of frequencies to mobile phones and the optimization of algorithms for car navigation systems.
Research Themes
 Factors and matching in the graph theory – how many couples will start dating?
 Stuffing problem – Mathematical analyses that can lead to the reduction of freight transportation costs
 Development of mathematics teaching materials – Encouraging proactive learning