4 edition of Graphentheorie 2.A. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH & Co|
|Publishers||Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH & Co|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||58|
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Another class of problems has to do with the extent to which various species and generalizations of graphs are determined by their point-deleted subgraphs. W Graphentheorie 2.A. ] W The letter W is used in notation for and. Often subdivided into or according to whether the edges have an orientation or not. simple A digraph is called simple if it has no loops and at most one arc between any pair of vertices. regular A graph in which each node has the same degree.
The subscript G is usually dropped when there is no danger of confusion. These were generalized by in 1959.
Harary, Frank; Palmer, Edgar M. Especially in the context ofa bridge of a cycle is a maximal subgraph that is disjoint from the cycle and in which each two edges belong to a path that is internally disjoint from the cycle. Walks are also sometimes called chains. Physics and chemistry [ ] Graph theory Graphentheorie 2.A.
also used to study molecules in and. The pioneering work of was very influential on the subject of graph drawing. A is a graph in which, in every induced subgraph, the chromatic number equals the clique number.
The relation between two vertices that are both endpoints of the same edge. A 2-ary tree is also called a binary tree. 1992Fractal Music, Hypercards, Graphentheorie 2.A. more…Mathematical Recreations from Scientific American, W. Abook graph, or triangular book is a complete tripartite graph K 1,1, n; a collection of n triangles joined at a shared edge. forest A is an undirected graph without cycles a disjoint union of unrooted treesor a directed graph formed as a disjoint union of rooted trees.
List structures include thean array of pairs of vertices, and thewhich separately lists the neighbors of each vertex: Much like the edge list, each vertex has a list of which vertices it is adjacent to.
A k-cycle is a cycle of length k; for instance a 2-cycle is a and a 3-cycle is a triangle. See also directed and mixed.
E [ ] E E G is the edge set of G; see.
, another name for a 3-regular graph, one in which each vertex has three incident edges.
A is a matching to which no additional edges can be added.