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Synopsis
Student's love Schaum's--and this new guide will show you why! Graph Theory takes you straight to the heart of graphs. As you study along at your own pace, this study guide shows you step by step how to solve the kind of problems you're going to find on your exams. It gives you hundreds of completely worked problems with full solutions. Hundreds of additional problems let you test your skills, then check the ansers. So if you want to get a firm handle on graph theory--whether to ace your graph course, to supplement a course that uses graphs, or to build a solid basis for future study--there's no better tool than Schaum's. This guide makes a wonderful supplement to your class text, but it is so comprehensive that it can even be used alone as a complete graph theory independent study course!
Description
Includes bibliographical references (p. 287) and index.
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Table of Contents
Graphs and Digraphs. Connectivity. Eulerian and Hamiltonian Graphs. Optimization Involving Trees. Shortest Path Problems. Flow and Connectivity. Planarity and Duality. Graph Colorings. Additional Topics. List of Technical Terms and Symbols Used.