A Beginner's Guide to Graph Theory
By: W. D. Wallis (author) Hardback
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This work strikes a balance between a theoretical and practical approach to graph theory, with the covered topics chosen carefully to develop graph-theoretic reasoning for a mixed audience. The text is written to appeal to those who have just a grounding in set theory, matrices and algebra.
Contents Graphs; walks, paths and cycles; cuts and connectivity; trees; linear spaces associated with graphs; factorizations; graph colourings; planarity; Ramsey theorem; digraphs; critical paths; flows in networks; computational considerations; hints; answers and solutions.
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