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**Titulos:**

Graphs & digraphs / Gary Chartrand, Linda Lesniak.Graphs and digraphs

**Autores Personales:**

Chartrand, Gary; Lesniak, Linda

**Idiomas:**

eng

**ISBN:**

041298721X (hardback)

**Lugar de Edición:**

London :

**Editor:**

Chapman & Hall,

**Fecha de Edición:**

1996.

**Edición #:**

3rd ed.

**Notas Formateada:**

Preface to the third edition - Ch.1. Introduction to graphs - Ch.2. Structure and symmetry of graphs - Ch.3. Trees and connectivity - Ch.4. Eulerian and hamiltonian graphs and digraphs - Ch.5. Directed graphs - Ch.6. Planar graphs - Ch.7. Graph embeddings - Ch.8. Graph colorings - Ch.9. Matchings, factors and decompositions - Ch.10. Domination in graphs - Ch.11. Extremal graph theory - Ch.12. Ramsey theory - Ch.13. The probabilistic method in graph theory - Glossary of symbols - Graph theory books 1936-1996.

**Nota de contenido:**

"Graph theory is a major area of combinatorics, and during recent decades, graph theory has developed into a major area of mathematics. In addition to its growing interest and importance as a mathematical subject, it has applications to many fields, including computer science and chemistry. As in the first edition of Graphs & Digraphs (M. Behzad, G. Chartrand, L. Lesniak) and the second edition, our major, indeed our sole, objective is to introduce and to treat graph theory in the way we have always found it, namely, as the beautiful area of mathematics it is. We have strived to write a reader-friendly, carefully written book that emphasizes the mathematical theory of graphs and digraphs. New to the third edition are expanded treatments of Hamiltonian graph theory, graph decompositions, and extremal graph theory, a study of graph vulnerability and domination in graphs; and introductions to voltage graphs, graph labelings, and the probabilistic method in graph theory. Numerous original exercises have been added. A comprehensive bibliography has been included together with an extensive list of graph theory books so that avid graph theory readers have many avenues to pursue their interests. This text is intended for an introductory sequence in graph theory at the advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate level. Indeed, mathematical maturity is the only prerequisite for an understanding and an appreciation of the material presented" -Internet

**Palabras clave:**

GRAPH THEORY; GRAPHS; DIGRAPHS; TEORÍA DE GRAFOS; GRAFOS; DIGRAFOS

**Leader:**

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**Campo 008:**

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**Campo 020:**

##^a041298721X (hardback)

**Campo 041:**

0#^aeng

**Campo 100:**

1#^aChartrand, Gary^gUniversityt of Natal, Pietermaritzburg.

**Campo 245:**

10^aGraphs & digraphs /^cGary Chartrand, Linda Lesniak.

**Campo 246:**

3#^aGraphs and digraphs

**Campo 250:**

##^a3rd ed.

**Campo 260:**

##^aLondon :^bChapman & Hall,^c1996.

**Campo 300:**

##^ax, 422 p. :^bcuad., graphics., tab. ;^c24 cm.

**Campo 505:**

0#^aPreface to the third edition - Ch.1. Introduction to graphs - Ch.2. Structure and symmetry of graphs - Ch.3. Trees and connectivity - Ch.4. Eulerian and hamiltonian graphs and digraphs - Ch.5. Directed graphs - Ch.6. Planar graphs - Ch.7. Graph embeddings - Ch.8. Graph colorings - Ch.9. Matchings, factors and decompositions - Ch.10. Domination in graphs - Ch.11. Extremal graph theory - Ch.12. Ramsey theory - Ch.13. The probabilistic method in graph theory - Glossary of symbols - Graph theory books 1936-1996.

**Campo 520:**

##^a"Graph theory is a major area of combinatorics, and during recent decades, graph theory has developed into a major area of mathematics. In addition to its growing interest and importance as a mathematical subject, it has applications to many fields, including computer science and chemistry. As in the first edition of Graphs & Digraphs (M. Behzad, G. Chartrand, L. Lesniak) and the second edition, our major, indeed our sole, objective is to introduce and to treat graph theory in the way we have always found it, namely, as the beautiful area of mathematics it is. We have strived to write a reader-friendly, carefully written book that emphasizes the mathematical theory of graphs and digraphs. New to the third edition are expanded treatments of Hamiltonian graph theory, graph decompositions, and extremal graph theory, a study of graph vulnerability and domination in graphs; and introductions to voltage graphs, graph labelings, and the probabilistic method in graph theory. Numerous original exercises have been added. A comprehensive bibliography has been included together with an extensive list of graph theory books so that avid graph theory readers have many avenues to pursue their interests. This text is intended for an introductory sequence in graph theory at the advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate level. Indeed, mathematical maturity is the only prerequisite for an understanding and an appreciation of the material presented" -Internet

**Campo 650:**

#7^aGRAPH THEORY

**Campo 650:**

#4^aGRAPHS

**Campo 650:**

#4^aDIGRAPHS

**Campo 650:**

#7^aTEORÍA DE GRAFOS

**Campo 650:**

#4^aGRAFOS

**Campo 650:**

#4^aDIGRAFOS

**Campo 700:**

1#^aLesniak, Linda^gMichigan State University.

**Proveniencia:**

##^aUniversidad Nacional de San Luis - Sistema de Bibliotecas

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**Institucion:**

Universidad Nacional de San Luis

**Dependencia:**

Sistema de Bibliotecas - Colección MARC21