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Genre/Form: | Conference papers and proceedings Congresses |
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Additional Physical Format: | Online version: Advanced Seminar on Graph Theory and Its Applications (1969 : University of Wisconsin). Graph theory and its applications. New York, Academic Press, 1970 (OCoLC)749023887 |

Material Type: | Conference publication |

Document Type: | Book |

All Authors / Contributors: |
Bernard Harris; Mathematics Research Center (United States. Army); University of Wisconsin. |

ISBN: | 0123268508 9780123268501 |

OCLC Number: | 100263 |

Description: | viii, 262 pages : illustrations, diagrams ; 24 cm. |

Contents: | Graph theory as a structural model in the social sciences / Frank Harary -- The mystery of the Heawood conjecture / J.W.T. Youngs -- Graph theory algorithms / Ronald C. Read -- On eigenvalues and colorings of graphs / Alan J. Hoffman -- Blocking polyhedra / D.R. Fulkerson -- Connectivity in matroids / W.T. Tutte -- The use of circuit codes in analog-to-digital conversion / Victor Klee -- Some mapping problems for tournaments / J.W. Moon -- On some connections between graph theory and experimental designs and some recent existence results / D.K. Ray Chaudhuri -- On the foundations of combinatorial theory : III. Theory of binomial enumeration / Ronald Mullin [and] Gian-Carlo Rota -- A compositional theorem for the enumeration of certain subsets of the symmetric semigroup / Bernard Harris [and] Lowell Schoenfeld -- Symbols for the Harris-Schoenfeld paper. |

Series Title: | Publication ... of the Mathematics Research Center, United States Army, the University of Wisconsin, no. 24. |

Responsibility: | edited by Bernard Harris. |

### Abstract:

This volume contains the proceedings of an advanced seminar on graph theory and its applications held in Madison, Wisconsin on October 13-15, 1969 and sponsored by Mathematics Research Center, United States Army, the University of Wisconsin. Ten of the eleven papers presented there are in this volume, documenting one of the most colorful events in recent mathematical memory. These papers provide a survey of the state of the art in graph theory, in hope of advancing mathematical research in the subject.

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