**Introduction to Graphs**

by Alexander K. Hartmann, Martin Weigt

**Publisher**: arXiv 2006**Number of pages**: 45

**Description**:

Graph theory provides fundamental concepts for many fields of science like statistical physics, network analysis and theoretical computer science. Here we give a pedagogical introduction to graph theory, divided into three sections.

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