Summary and Info
This is the third edition of the popular text on graph theory. As in previous editions, the text presents graph theory as a mathematical discipline and emphasizes clear exposition and well written proofs. New in this edition are expanded treatments of graph decomposition and external graph theory, a study of graph vulnerability and domination, and introductions to voltage graphs, graph labelings, and the probabilistic method in graph theory.
More About the Author
Gary Theodore Chartrand (born 1936) is an American-born mathematician who specializes in graph theory.