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For undergraduate or graduate courses in Graph Theory in departments of mathematics or computer science. This text offers a comprehensive and coherent introduction to the fundamental topics of graph theory.
“Introduction to Graph Theory” (2nd edition)
It includes basic algorithms and emphasizes the understanding and writing of proofs about graphs. Thought-provoking examples and exercises develop a thorough understanding of the thepry of graphs and the techniques used to analyze problems. The first seven chapters form the basic course, with advanced material in Chapter 8. Makes review material easily accessible for beginning students Chapter 1 still discusses central proof techniques.
Enlarged selection of easier exercises provides greater encouragement for beginning students and makes the material useful for a broader range of students. Facilitates more efficient learning by aiding instructors in designing courses and students in seeing what is important. Allows students to learn at their own pace; inteoduction students have more opportunity to be successful; stronger students have more opportunity to be stimulated. Allows students to find fundamental results in thelry early sections of chapters and to master elementary concepts in preparation for later applications.
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Helps students to understand the ideas of the course and to improve their presentation of coherent arguments. What Is a Graph? Paths, Cycles, and Trails. Vertex Degrees and Theoey. Spanning Trees and Enumeration. Matchings in General Graphs. Vertex Colorings and Upper Bounds. Structure of k-chromatic Graphs. Embeddings and Euler’s Formula. Characterization of Planar Graphs.
Line Graphs and Edge-Coloring. Planarity, Coloring, and Cycles. Pearson offers special pricing when you package your text with other student resources. If you’re introductoin in creating a cost-saving package for your students, contact your Pearson rep.
Introduction to Graph Theory, 2nd Edition
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Introduction to Graph Theory – Douglas B West
NEW – Appendix of Mathematical Background— Appendix A presents background material on logical statements, basic set theory, equivalence relations, and elementary counting. Some material has been reorganized to provide a smoother development and clearer focus on essential material with optional material clearly designated or removed. Terms being defined are in bold type and most important definitions occur in numbered items.
Makes definitions easier for students to find. Provides supplementary reading for good students and flexibility in advanced courses. Allows students to check their understanding of definitions and of steps in proofs.
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Appendix of Mathematical Background— Appendix A presents background material on logical statements, basic set theory, equivalence relations, and elementary counting. Table of Contents 1. Share a link to All Resources.
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