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The Theory of Graphs
by Claude Berge
An extraordinary variety of disciplines rely on graphs to convey their fundamentals as well as their finer points. With this concise and well-written text, anyone with a firm grasp of general mathematics can follow the development of graph theory and learn to apply its principles in methods both formal and abstract. The work of a distinguished mathematician, this text uses ...more
Paperback, 270 pages
Published September 4th 2001 by Dover Publications
(first published 1958)
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Claude Berge French Mathematician Graphs and hypergraphs. Also a contributor of fiction to the "Oulipo Laboratory"More about Claude Berge...