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Some topics in graph theory

by H. P. Yap

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [Cambridgeshire], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Graph theory

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and indexes.

    StatementH.P. Yap.
    SeriesLondon Mathematical Society lecture note series ;, 108
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA166 .Y37 1986
    The Physical Object
    Pagination230 p. ;
    Number of Pages230
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2716440M
    ISBN 100521339448
    LC Control Number86009548

    methods of the subject. This book is a comprehensive text on Graph Theory and the subject matter is presented in an organized and systematic manner. This book has been balanced between theories and applications. This book has been orga-nized in such a way that topics appear in perfect order, so that it is comfortable for. (Graph Theory and Social Networks) Deadlines. 4/ Turn in sheet of paper with your name, which section you are enrolled in, and your topic choice 4/ Turn in outline/draft to me in class Th 5/8 (8am, PHSC ): Turn in final project; grad student presentations ( min each) Remarks.

    Over the last 30 years graph theory has evolved into an important math­ ematical tool in the solution of a wide variety of problems in many areas of society. The purpose of this book is to present selected topics from this theory that have been found useful and to point out various applications.   DOI link for Topics in Graph Theory. Topics in Graph Theory book. Graphs and Their Cartesian Product. By Wilfried Imrich, Sandi Klavzar, Douglas F Rall. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 27 October Pub. location New York. Imprint A K Peters/CRC Press.

    I collect some books below. Graphs and Matrices by Bapat (as pointed out by Josse). Section of Graph Theory: Springer Graduate Text GTM By Reinhard Diestel covers linear algebra on graphs (, P). Section of Graph Theory and Its Applications, Second Edition By Jonathan L. Gross, Jay Yellen (, p) covers, similarly.. Handbook of Graph Theory (), 2nd Edition by Gross. Graph theory goes back several centuries and revolves around the study of graphs—mathematical structures showing relations between objects. With applications in biology, computer science, transportation science, and other areas, graph theory encompasses some of the most beautiful formulas in mathematics—and some of its most famous problems.


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Some Topics in Graph Theory. Authors; Authors and affiliations; Klavdija Kutnar; Dragan Marušič; Chapter. k Downloads; Part of the Lecture Notes in Economics and Mathematical Systems book series (LNE, volume ) In this short introductory course to graph theory, possibly one of the most propulsive areas of contemporary mathematics, some Author: Klavdija Kutnar, Dragan Marušič, Dragan Marušič.

This book provides a rapid introduction to topics in graph theory typically covered in a graduate course. The author sets out the main recent results in several areas of current research in graph theory. Get this from a library. Some topics in graph theory. [H P Yap] -- This book provides a rapid introduction to topics in graph theory typically covered in a graduate course.

The author sets out the main recent results in several areas of current research in graph. Topics in Graph Theory Book Summary: This book serves as an introduction to advanced applications of graph theory and provides a survey of recent developments in the field by looking in particular at Cartesian productsarguably the most important of the four standard graph products.

Some of the material is published here for the first time. Its accessible style makes it. Some topics in graph theory book book provides a rapid introduction to topics in graph theory typically covered in a graduate course.

The author sets out the main recent results in several areas of current research in graph theory. Topics covered include edge-colourings, symmetries of graphs, packing of. Introduction to Graph Theory – Wilson; Topics are similar to the Trudeau book with some interesting examples and visuals.

However, it lacks context and some of the logical explanations of Trudeau. It may be a nice supplement, but I wouldn’t recommend it completely on it’s own.

Graph Introduction – Brody. Graph Theory: A Problem Oriented Approach is a book that you can use to learn about graph theory in a natural and a reader friendly manner.

On top of that, you will be able to notice how some of the most essential ideas in graph theory are explained in detail, while starting from the basic principles. Amazing introduction to Graph Theory.

The book is really good for aspiring mathematicians and computer science students alike. As part of my CS curriculum next year, there will be some Graph Theory involved and this book covers much much more and it's a perfect introduction to the subject.

Highly recommend this s:   Diestel is excellent and has a free version available online. It is not the easiest book around, but it runs deep and has a nice unifying theme of studying how. The book includes number of quasiindependent topics; each introduce a brach of graph theory.

It avoids tecchnicalities at all costs. I would include in the book basic results in algebraic graph theory, say Kirchhoff's theorem, I would expand the chapter on algorithms, but the book is VERY GOOD anyway.

P.S. See my "extra pearls" on github or at. An Introduction to Combinatorics and Graph Theory. This book explains the following topics: Inclusion-Exclusion, Generating Functions, Systems of Distinct Representatives, Graph Theory, Euler Circuits and Walks, Hamilton Cycles and Paths, Bipartite Graph, Optimal Spanning Trees, Graph Coloring, Polya–Redfield Counting.

Author(s): David Guichard. Exercises, notes and exhaustive references follow each chapter, making it outstanding as both a text and reference for students and researchers in graph theory and its applications. The reader will delight to discover that the topics in this book are coherently unified and include some of the deepest and most beautiful developments in graph theory.

The powerful combinatorial methods found in graph theory have also been used to prove fundamental results in other areas of pure mathematics. This book, besides giving a general outlook of these facts, includes new graph theoretical proofs of Fermat’s Little Theorem and the Nielson-Schreier Theorem.

Graph theory, branch of mathematics concerned with networks of points connected by lines. The subject of graph theory had its beginnings in recreational math problems (see number game), but it has grown into a significant area of mathematical research, with applications in chemistry, operations research, social sciences, and computer science.

quite di–cult, the book will be useful for courses on subjects such as (di)graph theory, combinatorial optimization and graph algorithms.

Furthermore, it can be used for more focused courses on topics such as °ows, cycles and connectivity. The book contains a large number of illustrations. This will. Graph Theory 3 A graph is a diagram of points and lines connected to the points.

It has at least one line joining a set of two vertices with no vertex connecting itself. The concept of graphs in graph theory stands up on some basic terms such as point, line, vertex, edge. Topics covered include classical and algebraic graph theory, extremal set theory, matroid theory, probabilistic methods and random combinatorial more>> Combinatorics Research Group - Pure Maths Department, The Open University A group interested in graph theory, design theory, the history of combinatorics, and combinatorial computing.

Chapter 1. Preface and Introduction to Graph Theory1 1. Some History of Graph Theory and Its Branches1 2. A Little Note on Network Science2 Chapter 2. Some De nitions and Theorems3 1.

Graphs, Multi-Graphs, Simple Graphs3 2. Directed Graphs8 3. Elementary Graph Properties: Degrees and Degree Sequences9 4. Subgraphs15 5.

[The book includes number of quasiindependent topics; each introduce a brach of graph theory and avoids tecchnicalities. I would include in addition basic results in algebraic graph theory, say Kirchhoff's theorem, I would expand the chapter on Algorithms, but the book is VERY GOOD anyway.] $\endgroup$ – Anton Petrunin Dec 7 '14 at The book concludes with a final chapter of miscellaneous topics too small for their own chapters.

Audience and reception. The book assumes that its readers already have some familiarity with graph theory. It can be used as a reference work for researchers in this area, or as the basis of an advanced course in graph theory.

I like a lot the book from Beineke & Wilson (editors) "Topics in Topological Graph Theory" from for that purpose. Take a look at the article "Open Problems" from Archdeacon in this book. It is just like 5 pages or so, but inspired me a lot.Books shelved as graph-theory: Introductory Graph Theory by Gary Chartrand, Handbook of Graphs and Networks: From the Genome to the Internet by Stefan Bo.In addition to a modern treatment of the classical areas of graph theory such as coloring, matching, extremal theory, and algebraic graph theory, the book presents a detailed account of newer topics, including Szemer'edi's Regularity Lemma and its use, Shelah's extension of the Hales-Jewett Theorem, the precise nature of the phase transition in.