Download e-book for iPad: Introduction to Graph Theory (2nd Edition)(With Solution by Douglas B. West

By Douglas B. West

ISBN-10: 0130144002

ISBN-13: 9780130144003

ISBN-10: 8178088304

ISBN-13: 9788178088303

This booklet fills a necessity for an intensive creation to graph idea that includes either the knowledge and writing of proofs approximately graphs. Verification that algorithms paintings is emphasised greater than their complexity. an efficient use of examples, and enormous variety of attention-grabbing routines, show the themes of timber and distance, matchings and elements, connectivity and paths, graph coloring, edges and cycles, and planar graphs. if you happen to have to discover ways to make coherent arguments within the fields of arithmetic and laptop technology.

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