| Ronald Gould - Mathematics - 2012 - 335 pages
An introductory text in graph theory, this treatment coversprimary techniques and includes both algorithmic and theoreticalproblems. Algorithms are presented with a minimumof ... | |
| Dieter Jungnickel - Mathematics - 2005 - 611 pages
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| Demeter Krupka - Mathematics - 2009 - 500 pages
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| Fred Buckley, Marty Lewinter - Mathematics - 2013 - 365 pages
Graph theory’s practical applications extend not only across multiple areas of mathematics and computer science but also throughout the social sciences, business, engineering ... | |
| A. Rucinski, M. Karonski - Mathematics - 2011 - 358 pages
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| Douglas Brent West - Mathematics - 1996 - 512 pages
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