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Introductory Graph Theory: Course Outline (MAT-470)

A simple graph (V,E) consists of a nonempty set representing vertices, V, and a set of not ordered pairs of elements of V representing edges,E.

Course Outline

  1. What is a graph
  2. Simple graphs
  3. Graph and their Representations
  4. Isomorphism and automorphisms
  5. Labelled graphs
  6. Graphs arising from other structures
  7. Incidents Graphs
  8. Union and Intersection Graphs
  9. Cartesian Product

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