Concise, well-written text illustrates development of graph theory and application of its principles in methods both formal and abstract. Practical examples explain theory's broad range, from behavioral sciences, information theory, cybernetics, and other areas, to mathematical disciplines such as set and matrix theory. 1966 edition. Includes 109 black-and-white illustrations.$1 i.95 AN INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL THERMODYNAMICS, Terrell L. Hill. ... Unusually varied problems, detailed solutions in coverage of quantum mechanics, wave mechanics, angular momentum, molecular spectroscopy, more.

Title | : | The Theory of Graphs |

Author | : | Claude Berge |

Publisher | : | Courier Corporation - 2001 |

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