Lecture Notes on Graph Theory
by Tero Harju
Publisher: University of Turku 2011
Number of pages: 100
These are introductory lecture notes on graph theory. Contents: Introduction (Graphs and their plane figures, Subgraphs, Paths and cycles); Connectivity of Graphs; Tours and Matchings; Colourings; Graphs on Surfaces; Directed Graphs.
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