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Topological Graph Theory

by Jonathan L. Gross

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  • 37 Currently reading

Published by Dover Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mathematics,
  • Topology,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Graphic Methods,
  • Mathematics / General,
  • Discrete Mathematics,
  • Topological graph theory

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages384
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7638407M
    ISBN 100486417417
    ISBN 109780486417417

    It is an attempt to place topological graph theory on a purely combinatorial yet rigorous footing. The vehicle chosen for this purpose is the con­ cept of a 3-graph, which is a combinatorial generalisation of an imbedding. These properly edge-coloured cubic graphs are used to classify surfaces, to generalise the Jordan curve theorem, and to. Topics in Topological Graph Theory The use of topological ideas to explore various aspects of graph theory, and vice versa, is a fruitful area of research. There are links with other areas of mathematics, such as design theory and geometry, and increasingly with such areas as computer networks where symmetry is an important feature.

      Topological Graph Theory by Jonathan L. Gross, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(12). Topological Graph Theory (Wiley Series in Discrete Mathematics and Optimization) Gross, Jonathan L.; Osgood, Brad G. ISBN ISBN New.

    Topological GraphTheory: A Personal Account Arthur T. White 1 Western Michigan University Kalamazoo, Michigan , USA Topological graph theory began in , with Euler’s polyhedral identity: p − q + r = 2, for a connected graph G with p vertices and Cited by: 1. In graph theory, an undirected graph H is called a minor of the graph G if H can be formed from G by deleting edges and vertices and by contracting edges.. The theory of graph minors began with Wagner's theorem that a graph is planar if and only if its minors include neither the complete graph K 5 nor the complete bipartite graph K 3,3. The Robertson–Seymour theorem implies that an analogous.


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Topological Graph Theory (Dover Books on Mathematics): Gross, Jonathan L., Tucker, Thomas W.: : Books. Buy New. $ List Price: $ Save: $ (18%) Qty: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Qty: /5(3). Clear, comprehensive introduction emphasizes graph imbedding but also covers thoroughly the connections between topological graph theory and other areas of mathematics.

Discussion of imbeddings into surfaces is combined with a /5(12). Book Description The use of topological ideas to explore various aspects of graph theory, and vice versa, is a fruitful area of research. There are links with other areas of mathematics, such as design theory and geometry, and increasingly with such areas as computer networks where symmetry is an important : Cambridge University Press.

Topological Graph Theory book is an attempt to place topological graph theory on a purely combinatorial yet rigorous footing. The vehicle chosen for this purpose is the con­ cept of a 3-graph, which is a combinatorial generalisation of an imbedding.

These properly edge-coloured cubic graphs are used to classify surfaces, to generalise the Jordan curve theorem, and to Cited by: This introduction emphasizes graph imbedding but also covers the connections between topological graph theory and other areas of mathematics.

Authors explore the role of voltage graphs in the derivation of genus formulas, explain the Ringel-Youngs theorem and examine the genus of a group, including imbeddings Topological Graph Theory book Cayley graphs. : Jonathan L. Gross. Topological Graph Theory Jonathan L.

Gross, Thomas W. Tucker This definitive treatment written by well-known experts emphasizes graph imbedding while providing thorough coverage of the connections between topological graph theory and other areas of mathematics: spaces, finite groups, combinatorial algorithms, graphical enumeration, and block design.

Clear, comprehensive introduction emphasizes graph imbedding but also covers thoroughly the connections between topological graph theory and other areas of mathematics. Discussion of imbeddings into surfaces is combined with a complete proof of the classification of closed surfaces.

Authors explore the role of voltage graphs in the derivation of genus formulas, explain the Ringel-Youngs theorem — a proof that revolutionized the field of graph theory.

The basic aim of topological graph theory is to investigate the embedding of graphs into surfaces. This branch of graph theory has been intensely developed in the last 20 years. It now has a well-developed theory with deep connections to other fields of mathematics, especially algebraic topology and group theory and, recently, the analysis of algorithms.

This massive, beautifully written and illustrated tome covers just about everything you could possibly want to know about graph theory, including applications to computer science and combinatorics, as well as the best short introduction to topological graph theory you'll find anywhere. If you can afford it, I would heartily recommend it.

Seriously. Topics in Topological Graph Theory (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications Book ) - Kindle edition by Beineke, Lowell W., Wilson, Robin J. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Topics in Topological Graph Theory (Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications Book ).Manufacturer: Cambridge University Press.

Iintroductory treatment emphasizes graph imbedding but also covers connections between topological graph theory and other areas of mathematics. Authors explore the role of voltage graphs in the derivation of genus formulas, explain the Ringel-Youngs theorem, and examine the genus of a group, including imbeddings of Cayley graphs.

Many figures. edition. Titles of the 6 Chapters (with the number of pages in each chapter): 1) Introduction (to graph theory), 55; 2) Voltage Graphs and Covering Spaces, 40; 3) Surfaces and Graph Embeddings, 68; 4) Imbedded Voltage Graphs and Current Graphs, 54; 5) Map Colorings, 35; and 6) The Genus of a Group, This book is sufficient for self-study/5.

Topological Graph Theory by Jonathan L. Gross (English) Paperback Book Free Ship. Topological Graph Theory by Jonathan L. Gross, Thomas W. Tucker Estimated delivery business days Format Paperback Condition Brand New Description Introductory treatment emphasizes graph imbedding but also covers connections between topological graph theory /5(12).

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Topological Theory Of Graphs. The theory of topological graphs is an area of graph theory, mainly concerned with combinatorial properties of topological graphs, in particular, with the crossing patterns of their edges. It is closely related to graph drawing, a field which is more application oriented, and topological graph theory, which focuses on embeddings of graphs in surfaces (that is, drawings without crossings).

This is not a traditional work on topological graph theory. No current graph or voltage graph adorns its pages. Its readers will not compute the genus (orientable or non-orientable) of a single non-planar graph.

Their muscles will not flex under the strain of lifting walks from base graphs to. A comprehensive, definitive work on topological graph theory. While the principle concern in the book is graph imbedding, the text will emphasize connections to other parts of.

Topology I and II by Chris Wendl. This note describes the following topics: Metric spaces, Topological spaces, Products, sequential continuity and nets, Compactness, Tychonoff’s theorem and the separation axioms, Connectedness and local compactness, Paths, homotopy and the fundamental group, Retractions and homotopy equivalence, Van Kampen’s theorem, Normal subgroups, generators and.

Clear, comprehensive introduction emphasizes graph imbedding but also covers thoroughly the connections between topological graph theory and other areas of mathematics. Discussion of imbeddings into surfaces is combined with a complete proof of the classification of closed surfaces.

Authors Author: Jonathan L. Gross. : Topological Graph Theory (Dover Books on Mathematics) () by Gross, Jonathan L.; Tucker, Thomas W. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(12).

Applied Graph Theory provides an introduction to the fundamental concepts of graph theory and its applications. The five key topics that are covered in depth are: (i) foundations of electrical network theory; (ii) the directed-graph solutions of linear algebraic equations; (iii) topological analysis of linear systems; (iv) trees and their generation; and (v) the realization of directed graphs Book Edition: 1.The given graph is a directed acyclic graph.

So, topological orderings exist. P and S must appear before R and Q in topological orderings as per the definition of topological sort. Thus, Correct option is (C).

Problem Consider the following directed graph- The number of different topological orderings of the vertices of the graph is _____? Topological graph theory is pervaded by the extremely seductive and evocative quality of visualizability of many of its claims and results, and by a certain magic vis à vis inductive methods: it’s a fabulous place to start one’s mathematical adventures, and a fabulous place to remain, of course.