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Graph theory
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Graph theory
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**Graph theory**represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in**Boston University Libraries**.- Label
- Graph theory

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- A Kaleidoscopic View of Graph Colorings
- A foundation for PROPs, algebras, and modules
- Advanced graph theory and combinatorics
- Adventures in Graph Theory
- Algebra and its Applications : ICAA, Aligarh, India, December 2014
- Algebraic Combinatorics : Walks, Trees, Tableaux, and More
- Algebraic methods in graph theory
- Algorithmic graph theory
- Algorithms, graphs, and computers
- An algorithmic theory of numbers, graphs, and convexity
- An algorithmic theory of numbers, graphs, and convexity
- An introduction to discrete systems.
- An introduction to grids, graphs, and networks
- Applications of algebraic topology : graphs and networks : the Picard-Lefschetz theory and Feynman integrals
- Applied Analysis in Biological and Physical Sciences : ICMBAA, Aligarh, India, June 2015
- Applied and Computational Matrix Analysis : MAT-TRIAD, Coimbra, Portugal, September 2015 Selected, Revised Contributions
- Applied and computational measurable dynamics
- Applied and computational measurable dynamics
- Applied combinatorics
- Applied combinatorics
- Applied graph theory in computer vision and pattern recognition
- Average case intractability
- Basic Graph Theory
- Bounded incremental computation
- Chemical graph theory
- Circuit double cover of graphs
- Classes of Directed Graphs
- Completeness, confluence, and related properties of clause graph resolution
- Complexity issues in VLSI : optimal layouts for the shuffle-exchange graph and other networks
- Computers in language research : formal methods
- Convexity and Discrete Geometry Including Graph Theory : Mulhouse, France, September 2014
- Creating effective graphs : solutions for a variety of evaluation data
- Decompositions of graphs
- Degeneracy graphs and simplex cycling
- Degeneracy graphs and the neighbourhood problem
- Designs, graphs, codes, and their links
- Discrete groups, expanding graphs and invariant measures
- Discrete mathematics for computer scientists and mathematicians
- Drawing graphs : methods and models
- Dynamical processes on complex networks
- Eigenspaces of graphs
- Elementary number theory, group theory, and Ramanujan graphs
- Epidemics and rumours in complex networks
- Erdős on graphs : his legacy of unsolved problems
- Exchange in Oceania : a graph theoretic analysis
- Extremal graph theory with emphasis on probabilistic methods
- Factors and factorizations of graphs : proof techniques in factor theory
- Finite graphs and networks : an introduction with applications
- Finite groups of automorphisms; : course given at the University of Southampton, October-December 1969
- Flows in networks
- Fundamentals of algebraic graph transformation
- Fundamentals of graph theory
- Fuzzy Graph Theory
- Fuzzy Graph Theory with Applications to Human Trafficking
- Generalized Connectivity of Graphs
- Genetic Theory for Cubic Graphs
- Geometric Group Theory : An Introduction
- Geometry of cuts and metrics
- Global domination of factors of a graph with application in networked and parallel computation
- Graceful, Harmonious and Magic Type Labelings : Relations and Techniques
- Graph Theory : Favorite Conjectures and Open Problems - 1
- Graph classes : a survey
- Graph directed Markov systems : geometry and dynamics of limit sets
- Graph dynamics
- Graph partitioning
- Graph separators, with applications
- Graph theoretical models of abstract musical transformation : an introduction and compendium for composers and theorists
- Graph theory
- Graph theory
- Graph theory
- Graph theory
- Graph theory
- Graph theory : an introductory course
- Graph theory and Feynman integrals
- Graph theory and its applications
- Graph theory applications
- Graph theory in modern engineering; : computer aided design, control, optimization, reliability analysis
- Graph theory with applications
- Graph theory, coding theory, and block designs
- Graph theory, with engineering applications
- Graph-based proof procedures for horn clauses
- Graphentheorie in Planungs- und Tourenproblemen am Beispiel des städtischen Strassendienstes
- Graphical models for machine learning and digital communication
- Graphical models for machine learning and digital communication
- Graphical models in applied multivariate statistics
- Graphs
- Graphs and cubes
- Graphs and homomorphisms
- Graphs and hypergraphs
- Graphs and matrices
- Graphs for pattern recognition : infeasible systems of linear inequalities
- Graphs, codes, and designs
- Graphs, dioids and semirings : new models and algorithms
- Graphs, groups, and surfaces
- Graphs, networks, and algorithms
- Graphs, networks, and algorithms
- Groups and graphs : collected papers
- Groups and their graphs
- Hybrid graph theory and network analysis
- Hypergraph Theory in Wireless Communication Networks
- Inequalities for graph eigenvalues
- Interaction models : course given at Royal Holloway College, University of London, October-December 1976
- Introduction to Averaging Dynamics over Networks
- Introduction to Computational Social Science : Principles and Applications
- Introduction to analysis on graphs
- Introduction to graph theory
- Introduction to graph theory,
- Introduction to the network approximation method for materials modeling
- Introduction to the network approximation method for materials modeling
- Introduction to the theory of graphs
- Introductory topological analysis of electrical networks
- Island networks : communication, kinship, and classification structures in Oceania
- Knots and surfaces : a guide to discovering mathematics
- Large networks and graph limits
- Leavitt Path Algebras
- Limits of graphs in group theory and computer science
- Linear and graphical models : for the multivariate complex normal distribution
- Low rank representations and graphs for sporadic groups
- Mathematical foundations of network analysis
- Maximum-Entropy Networks : Pattern Detection, Network Reconstruction and Graph Combinatorics
- Modern graph theory
- Morphogenesis of Spatial Networks
- Moufang polygons
- Multiplex Networks : Basic Formalism and Structural Properties
- Near polygons
- Near rings, fuzzy ideals, and graph theory
- Nonlinear networks and systems
- On Graph Approaches to Contextuality and their Role in Quantum Theory
- On Sets and Graphs : Perspectives on Logic and Combinatorics
- On construction and identification of graphs
- Pancyclic and Bipancyclic Graphs
- Pathfinder associative networks : studies in knowledge organizations
- Pearls in graph theory : a comprehensive introduction
- Preference modelling
- Probability on graphs : random processes on graphs and lattices
- Processor networks and aspects of the mapping problem
- Profinite Graphs and Groups
- Proof techniques in graph theory; : proceedings.
- Proofs from THE BOOK
- Properly Colored Connectivity of Graphs
- Quasi-symmetric designs
- Rainbow connections of graphs
- Ramsey theory : yesterday, today, and tomorrow
- Random instances of a graph coloring problem are hard
- Random perturbations of Hamiltonian systems
- Random walks on infinite graphs and groups
- Regular graphs : a spectral approach
- Rigidity of high dimensional graph manifolds
- Rudiments of Ramsey theory
- Rudiments of Ramsey theory
- Security in Wireless Sensor Networks
- Selected topics in graph theory
- Six degrees : the science of a connected age
- Small worlds : the dynamics of networks between order and randomness
- Social Network Analysis Applied to Team Sports Analysis
- Social Network-Based Recommender Systems
- Some topics in graph theory
- Space-variant computer vision : a graph-theoretic approach
- Spectra of graphs : theory and applications
- Spectral Analysis of Growing Graphs : A Quantum Probability Point of View
- Spectral generalizations of line graphs : on graphs with least negative eigenvalue -2
- Stable networks and product graphs
- Structural models in anthropology
- Studies in graph theory
- Submodular Rate Region Models for Multicast Communication in Wireless Networks
- Surveys in Combinatorics 2013
- Symmetries in Graphs, Maps, and Polytopes : 5th SIGMAP Workshop, West Malvern, UK, July 2014
- Systems analysis by graphs and matroids : structural solvability and controllability
- The graphical display of clause graphs and their spectra
- The logic system of concept graphs with negation : and its relationship to predicate logic
- The mutually beneficial relationship of graphs and matrices
- The real positive definite completion problem : cycle completability
- The theory of graphs and its applications
- Theory of graphs
- Theory of graphs; : proceedings.
- Theory of nets : flows in networks
- Topics in algebraic graph theory
- Topics in discrete mathematics : dedicated to Jarik Nešetřil on the occasion of his 60th birthday
- Towards a theory of geometric graphs
- Understanding physics and physical chemistry using formal graphics
- Zero-symmetric graphs : trivalent graphical regular representations of groups
- Zeta functions of graphs : a stroll through the garden

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