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In 1963 Oystein Ore wrote this classic volume, which was published in the New Mathematical Library Series. This elegant book has provided students and teachers with an excellent introduction to the field of graph theory for close to thirty years. Robin Wilson's revision adds strength to the book by updating the terminology and notation, bringing them in line with contemporary usage. Wilson has added new material on interval graphs, the traveling salesman problem, bracing frameworks, shortest route problems, and coloring maps on surfaces. Most of the diagrams in the book have been redrawn.Read more
- Reissue of classic text
- Updated by CUP author Robin J. Wilson to include recent developments
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- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9780883856352
- length: 158 pages
- copublisher: The Mathematical Association of America
- dimensions: 230 x 154 x 12 mm
- weight: 0.227kg
- availability: Refer to RE Math Assn, Refer to, Mathematical Assn of America, PO BOX 91112, WASHINGTON DC, 20090-112
Table of Contents
1. What is a graph?
2. Connected graphs
5. Directed graphs
6. Questions concerning games and puzzles
8. Planar graphs
9. Map coloring.
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