By Gary Chartrand, Linda Lesniak

Continuing to supply a gently written, thorough advent, Graphs & Digraphs, 5th Edition expertly describes the options, theorems, historical past, and purposes of graph conception. approximately 50 percentage longer than its bestselling predecessor, this variation reorganizes the fabric and provides many new topics.

New to the 5th Edition

  • New or extended assurance of graph minors, ideal graphs, chromatic polynomials, nowhere-zero flows, flows in networks, measure sequences, longevity, record hues, and record side colorings
  • New examples, figures, and purposes to demonstrate ideas and theorems
  • Expanded historic discussions of recognized mathematicians and difficulties
  • More than three hundred new routines, in addition to tricks and suggestions to odd-numbered workouts in the back of the book
  • Reorganization of sections into subsections to make the fabric more uncomplicated to learn
  • Bolded definitions of phrases, making them more uncomplicated to locate

Despite a box that has developed through the years, this student-friendly, classroom-tested textual content is still the consummate creation to graph thought. It explores the subject’s interesting heritage and provides a number of fascinating difficulties and various applications.

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