General Information (Catalog listing)
01:640:428 Graph Theory (3)
Colorability, connectedness, tournaments, eulerian and hamiltonian paths, orientability, and other topics from the theory of finite linear graphs, with an emphasis on applications chosen from social, biological, computer science, and physical problems.
Prerequisites: CALC3 and 01:640:250.
G. Chartrand, P. Zhang
A First Course in Graph Theory
Dover Publications (Reprint, 2012),
Adopted Spring 2015
Syllabus may vary. The Fall 2010 version is typical.
Spring 2017 Schedule
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Taught in the Summer and Fall semesters.
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