An Atlas of Graphs
Graph theory is a fast-developing discipline and has, over the past few decades, been seen to have important applications, particularly in operations research and in computer science. For this reason there is a need for a reference in the area, comprehensively cataloguing the properties of graphs and accessible to both graph theorists and other researchers. This book contains a wealth of information, including over 10000 diagrams and extensive tables of associated properties. It is the first book to present this information on such a scale, and as such will be an invaluable resource.
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14 vertices 2-connected plane graphs 4-cycles 5-cycles b/u 9 vertices aut camp props aut props SP bicubic graphs Binary trees bptu Cc Cc Cc chromatic index chromatic polynomial cl in vc code freq coefficients Connected cubic graphs connected graphs Connected line graphs CP SP deg freq deg deg k g degree sequence digraph 289 ec aut camp ec aut props edge-connectivity edges 3-cycles 4-cycles edges continued Eulerian graphs falling factorial freq coefficients spectrum freq deg freq graph n e edges h h h h hp Homeomorphically irreducible trees hp h hp hp hp identity trees KJ KJ KJ number of G number of vertices Outerplanar graphs Petersen graph planar quartic graphs regular graphs self-complementary graphs Signed graphs Signed trees snark spectral polynomials Tournaments tree 63 tree n deg triangle-free graphs Unicyclic graphs vc ec aut vertex vertex-connectivity