By Md. Saidur Rahman
This undergraduate textbook offers an creation to graph thought, which has a variety of functions in modeling difficulties in technology and know-how, and has turn into an essential component of computing device technology, machine technology and engineering, and arithmetic curricula of universities all around the world.
The writer follows a methodical and simple to appreciate procedure. starting with the historic historical past, motivation and purposes of graph idea, the writer first explains uncomplicated graph theoretic terminologies. From this enterprise starting place, the writer is going directly to current paths, cycles, connectivity, timber, matchings, coverings, planar graphs, graph coloring and digraphs in addition to a few certain periods of graphs including a little research subject matters for complicated examine.
Filled with routines and illustrations, Basic Graph Theory is a worthwhile source for any undergraduate scholar to appreciate and achieve self belief in graph thought and its purposes to medical examine, algorithms and challenge fixing.
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