By Cun-Quan Zhang

Specializes in classical difficulties in graph concept, together with the 5-flow conjectures, the edge-3-colouring conjecture, the 3-flow conjecture and the cycle double disguise conjecture. The textual content highlights the interrelationships among graph colouring, integer movement, cycle covers and graph minors. It additionally concentrates on graph theoretical tools and effects.

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