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The Resource A Beginner’s Guide to Graph Theory, by W. D. Wallis, (electronic resource)
A Beginner’s Guide to Graph Theory, by W. D. Wallis, (electronic resource)
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 Graph theory continues to be one of the fastest growing areas of modern mathematics because of its wide applicability in such diverse disciplines as computer science, engineering, chemistry, management science, social science, and resource planning. Graphs arise as mathematical models in these fields, and the theory of graphs provides a spectrum of methods of proof. This concisely written textbook is intended for an introductory course in graph theory for undergraduate mathematics majors or advanced undergraduate and graduate students from the many fields that benefit from graphtheoretic applications. Key features: * Introductory chapters present the main ideas and topics in graph theory—walks, paths and cycles, radius, diameter, eccentricity, cuts and connectivity, trees * Subsequent chapters examine specialized topics and applications * Numerous examples and illustrations * Comprehensive index and bibliography, with suggested literature for more advanced material New to the second edition: * New chapters on labeling and on communications networks and smallworlds * Expanded beginner’s material in the early chapters, including more examples, exercises, hints and solutions to key problems * Many additional changes, improvements, and corrections throughout resulting from classroom use and feedback Striking a balance between a theoretical and practical approach with a distinctly applied flavor, this gentle introduction to graph theory consists of carefully chosen topics to develop graphtheoretic reasoning for a mixed audience. Familiarity with the basic concepts of set theory, along with some background in matrices and algebra, and a little mathematical maturity are the only prerequisites.  From a review of the first edition: "Altogether the book gives a comprehensive introduction to graphs, their theory and their application...The use of the text is optimized when the exercises are solved. The obtained skills improve understanding of graph theory as well... It is very useful that the solutions of these exercises are collected in an appendix." —Simulation News Europe
 Language

 eng
 eng
 Edition
 2nd ed.
 Extent
 1 online resource (265 p.)
 Note
 Description based upon print version of record
 Contents

 Graphs
 Walks, Paths and Cycles
 Connectivity
 Trees
 Linear Spaces Associated with Graphs
 Factorizations
 Graph Colorings
 Planarity
 Labeling
 Ramsey Theory
 Digraphs
 Critical Paths
 Flows in Networks
 Computational Considerations
 Communications Networks and SmallWorlds
 Isbn
 9781282823730
 Label
 A Beginner’s Guide to Graph Theory
 Title
 A Beginner’s Guide to Graph Theory
 Statement of responsibility
 by W. D. Wallis
 Language

 eng
 eng
 Summary
 Graph theory continues to be one of the fastest growing areas of modern mathematics because of its wide applicability in such diverse disciplines as computer science, engineering, chemistry, management science, social science, and resource planning. Graphs arise as mathematical models in these fields, and the theory of graphs provides a spectrum of methods of proof. This concisely written textbook is intended for an introductory course in graph theory for undergraduate mathematics majors or advanced undergraduate and graduate students from the many fields that benefit from graphtheoretic applications. Key features: * Introductory chapters present the main ideas and topics in graph theory—walks, paths and cycles, radius, diameter, eccentricity, cuts and connectivity, trees * Subsequent chapters examine specialized topics and applications * Numerous examples and illustrations * Comprehensive index and bibliography, with suggested literature for more advanced material New to the second edition: * New chapters on labeling and on communications networks and smallworlds * Expanded beginner’s material in the early chapters, including more examples, exercises, hints and solutions to key problems * Many additional changes, improvements, and corrections throughout resulting from classroom use and feedback Striking a balance between a theoretical and practical approach with a distinctly applied flavor, this gentle introduction to graph theory consists of carefully chosen topics to develop graphtheoretic reasoning for a mixed audience. Familiarity with the basic concepts of set theory, along with some background in matrices and algebra, and a little mathematical maturity are the only prerequisites.  From a review of the first edition: "Altogether the book gives a comprehensive introduction to graphs, their theory and their application...The use of the text is optimized when the exercises are solved. The obtained skills improve understanding of graph theory as well... It is very useful that the solutions of these exercises are collected in an appendix." —Simulation News Europe
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 English
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 QA150272
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 Combinatorics
 Algebra
 Mathematics
 Logic, Symbolic and mathematical
 Matrix theory
 Discrete Mathematics
 Combinatorics
 Algebra
 Applications of Mathematics
 Mathematical Logic and Foundations
 Linear and Multilinear Algebras, Matrix Theory
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 A Beginner’s Guide to Graph Theory, by W. D. Wallis, (electronic resource)
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 Contents
 Graphs  Walks, Paths and Cycles  Connectivity  Trees  Linear Spaces Associated with Graphs  Factorizations  Graph Colorings  Planarity  Labeling  Ramsey Theory  Digraphs  Critical Paths  Flows in Networks  Computational Considerations  Communications Networks and SmallWorlds
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 Edition
 2nd ed.
 Extent
 1 online resource (265 p.)
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 9781282823730
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 A Beginner’s Guide to Graph Theory, by W. D. Wallis, (electronic resource)
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 Description based upon print version of record
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code
 cr
 Content category
 text
 Content type code
 txt
 Contents
 Graphs  Walks, Paths and Cycles  Connectivity  Trees  Linear Spaces Associated with Graphs  Factorizations  Graph Colorings  Planarity  Labeling  Ramsey Theory  Digraphs  Critical Paths  Flows in Networks  Computational Considerations  Communications Networks and SmallWorlds
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 unknown
 Edition
 2nd ed.
 Extent
 1 online resource (265 p.)
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9781282823730
 Media category
 computer
 Media type code
 c
 Other control number
 10.1007/9780817645809
 Specific material designation
 remote
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