The many facets of graph theory : proceedings of the conference held at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo/MI., October 31November 2, 1968, edited by G. Chartrand and S.F. Kapoor
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The many facets of graph theory : proceedings of the conference held at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo/MI., October 31November 2, 1968, edited by G. Chartrand and S.F. Kapoor
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The instance The many facets of graph theory : proceedings of the conference held at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo/MI., October 31November 2, 1968, edited by G. Chartrand and S.F. Kapoor represents a material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University of Missouri Libraries. This resource is a combination of several types including: Instance, Electronic.
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 The many facets of graph theory : proceedings of the conference held at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo/MI., October 31November 2, 1968, edited by G. Chartrand and S.F. Kapoor
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 proceedings of the conference held at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo/MI., October 31November 2, 1968
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 edited by G. Chartrand and S.F. Kapoor
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 Includes bibliographical references
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 online resource
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 rdacarrier
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 rdacontent
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 Graphs and binary relations  Graph theory and finite projective planes  On Steinitz's theorem concerning convex 3polytopes and on some properties of planar graphs  Analogues of ramsey numbers  A survey of packings and coverings of graphs  Section graphs for finite permutation groups  Nearly regular polyhedra with two exceptional faces  Some applications of graph theory to number theory  On the number of cycles in permutation graphs  A note on a category of graphs  Reconstructing graphs  Incidence patterns of graphs and complexes  A manyfacetted problem of zarankiewicz  Graph theory and lie algebra  Matroids versus graphs  On classes of graphs defined by special cutsets of lines  Rank 3 graphs  Variations on a theorem of Pósa  Critically and minimally nconnected graphs  On reconstruction of graphs  The cohesive strength of graphs  Hypoproperties in graphs  An extension of graphs  Hamiltonian circuits in graphs and digraphs  On the density and chromatic numbers of graphs  Methods for the enumeration of multigraphs  Characterizations of 2dimensional trees  A combinatorial identity  An application of graph theory to social psychology  A topological influence: Homeomorphically irreducible graphs  Graph theory and "Instant Insanity"  Arc digraphs and traversability
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 294987677
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 1 online resource (viii, 290 pages)
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 9783540046295
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 rdamedia
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 illustrations.
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 .b130142128
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 remote
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 (OCoLC)294987677
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