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Theory of finite and infinite graphs

D. König

Theory of finite and infinite graphs

by D. König

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Published by Birkhäuser in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • König, D., 1884-1944.,
  • Graph theory.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDénes König ; translated by Richard McCoart ; with commentary by W.T. Tutte.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA166 .K6613 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination426 p. :
    Number of Pages426
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2216137M
    ISBN 100817633898
    LC Control Number89039380

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    A number of mathematicians pay tribute to his memory by presenting new results in different areas of graph theory. Among the topics included are paths and cycles, hamiltonian graphs, vertex colouring and critical graphs, graphs and surfaces, edge-colouring, and infinite of the papers were originally presented at a meeting held in. 2 days ago  Graph theory and finite combinatorics by Sabra S. Anderson, , Markham Pub. Co. edition, in EnglishISBN:

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There were earlier books that took note of graph theory. Veb- len's Analysis Situs, published inis about general combinato- rial topology. But its first two chapters, on "Linear graphs" and "Two-Dimensional Complexes", are almost exclusively concerned with the territory still explored by graph Cited by: If the set of vertices and the set of edges of a graph are both finite, the graph is called finite, otherwise infinite.

An infinite graph has infinitely many edges but possibly only finitely many vertices (e.g., two vertices can be connected by infinitely many edges.)Cited by: Theory of Finite and Infinite Graphs by Denes Konig,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Theory of Finite and Infinite Graphs: Denes Konig: We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-v. PDF. Commentary. Dénes König. Pages Theory of Finite and Infinite Graphs. Dénes König. Pages Dénes König: A Biographical Sketch.

Gallai. Pages About this book. Keywords. calculus cls graph theory history of mathematics proof. This free online book consists of invited surveys of various fields of infinite graph theory and combinatorics, as well as a few research articles.

It aims to give some indication of the variety of problems and methods found in this area, but also to help identify what may be seen as its typical features, placing it somewhere between finite. Theory of Finite and Infinite Graphs 作者: Denes König 出版社: Birkhäuser Boston 译者: McCoart, R.

出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: This volume consists of invited surveys of various fields of infinite graph theory and combinatorics, as well as a few research articles. It aims to give some indication of the variety of problems and methods found in this area, but also to help identify what may be seen as its typical features, placing it somewhere between finite graph theory on the one hand and logic and set theory on the other.

The theory of infinite graphs appears at present to be in an even more incomplete state than the theory of finite graphs, in the sense that some of the work which has been done for finite graphs has either not been extended to infinite graphs or been extended only to some infinite graphs, e.g., locally finite.

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Introduction A short overview. Until now, extremal graph theory usually meant finite extremal graph theory. New notions, as the end degrees, circles and arcs, and the topological viewpoint, make it possible to create the infinite counterpart of the attempt here to give an overview of results and open problems that fall into this emerging area of infinite graph theory.

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Even from the viewpoint of finite version from the infinite 'by compactness', that is, using KÖnig's infinity lemma (). A central object of this book is the discrete Laplace operator on finite and infinite graphs.

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Commentary / W.T. Tutte --Theory of finite and infinite graphs / D. König --Dénes König: a biographical sketch / T. Gallai. Other Titles: Theorie der endlichen und unendlichen Graphen. The Art of Finite and Infinite Expansions. Authors: Comtet, Louis Free Preview.

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Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Theory of finite and infinite graphs by König, D. (Dénes), Publication date Topics König, D. (Dénes),Graph theory Publisher Boston Pages: A well‐known theorem of Gomory and Hu states that if G is a finite graph with nonnegative weights on its edges, then there exists a tree T (now called a Gomory‐Hu tree) on such that for all there is an such that the two components of determine an optimal (minimal valued) cut between u an v in this article, we extend their result to infinite weighted graphs with finite total weight.