a popular point of entry to the field
has evolved with the field from a purely mathematical treatment to one that also addresses the needs of computer scientists.
emphasizes clear exposition, well-written proofs, and many original and innovative exercises-of varying difficulty and challenge
For 25 years, Graphs & Digraphs, in its various editions, has served as an exemplary introduction to the emerging mathematical disciplines of graph theories, for advanced undergraduate and graduate students. It has also served established graph theorists, combinatorialists, and other discrete mathematicians, as well as computer scientists and chemists, as a useful reference work. The fourth edition continues these fine traditions.
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