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Topic in Depth - Graph Theory

Graph theory is widely used in computer science, engineering and of course, mathematics. Here, visitors will find links to information about the applications and components of graph theory, as well as its pioneers.
Wikipedia: Graph Theory
Drawing on the knowledge of the people, Wikipedia presents this site on graph theory. Here, the history, problems, and applications of graph theory are...
Graph Theory with Applications
Written by J.A. Bondy and U.S.R. Murty of the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris, this online 270-page textbook presents graph theory and its...
Georgia Tech: Four Color Theorem
Presented by Robin Thomas at the Georgia Institute of Technology, this page describes the four color theorem of graph theory. The page gives a history of the...
Graph Theory Book
From the Graduate Texts in Mathematics series comes this textbook on graph theory by Reinhard Diestel from the University of Hamburg. Topics covered include...
Frank Harary 1921-2005
Written by Desh Ranjan of New Mexico State University, this page remembers Frank Harary, "widely recognized as one of the pioneers of modern graph theory." ...



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