From the reviews: "Béla Bollobás introductory direction on graph concept merits to be regarded as a watershed within the improvement of this conception as a significant educational topic. ... The booklet has chapters on electric networks, flows, connectivity and matchings, extremal difficulties, colouring, Ramsey conception, random graphs, and graphs and teams. every one bankruptcy starts off at a measured and mild velocity. Classical effects are proved and new perception is equipped, with the examples on the finish of every bankruptcy absolutely supplementing the text... nonetheless this permits an creation not just to a couple of the deeper effects yet, extra vitally, offers outlines of, and company insights into, their proofs. hence in an hassle-free textual content e-book, we achieve an total realizing of recognized commonplace effects, and but whilst consistent tricks of, and guidance into, the better degrees of the topic. it truly is this point of the publication which may still warrantly it an everlasting position within the literature." #Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society#1
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