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Genre/Form: | Conference papers and proceedings Congresses Congrès |
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Additional Physical Format: | Online version: New York City Graph Theory Conference (1st : 1970 : St. John's University). Recent trends in graph theory. Berlin, New York, Springer-Verlag, 1971 (OCoLC)756423273 |

Material Type: | Conference publication, Internet resource |

Document Type: | Book, Internet Resource |

All Authors / Contributors: |
Michael Capobianco; Joseph B Frechen; Max Krolik; St. John's University (New York, N.Y.) |

ISBN: | 9783540053866 3540053867 |

OCLC Number: | 135796 |

Description: | vi, 219 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm |

Contents: | The connectivity and line-connectivity of complementary graphs / Yousef Alavi, John Mitchem -- Maximal m-gons in 4-regular major maps / Ruth A. Bari -- On a theorem of Tutte, a 4-color theorem and B-sets / David W. Barnette and Sherman K. Stein -- Derived graphs with derived complements / Lowell W. Beineke -- Binary relations / Kim Ki-Hang Butler -- On connected cubic graphs and trivalent trees / C.C. Cadogan -- Graphical theorems of the Nordhaus-Gaddum class / Gary Chartrand, John Mitchem -- Isometric graphs / Gary Chartrand, M. James Stewart -- The frequency partition of a graph ; A graph with p points and enough distinct (p-2)-order subgraphs is reconstructible / Phyllis Zweig Chinn -- On a result of Goethals and Seidel / Jane W. Di Paola -- Generalized lower bounds for the absolute values of the coefficients of chromatic polynomials / Bernard Eisenberg -- The least number of edges for graphs having automorphism group of order three / by Roberto Frucht, Allan Gewirtz, Louis V. Quintas -- Connectivity in digraphs / Dennis Geller and Frank Harary -- Antitone fixed point maps / A. Gewirtz, Louis V. Quintas -- On small graphs with forced monochromatic triangles / by R.L. Graham and J.H. Spencer -- Latest results on crossing numbers / Richard K. Guy -- Graphs of (0,1)-matrices / Stephen T. Hedetniemi -- Combinatorial aspects of Gerschgorin's theorem / by A.J. Hoffman -- On subdominantly bounded graphs : summary of results / by Leonard Howes -- A class of point partition numbers / Don R. Lick -- On the lengths of cycles in planar graphs / Joseph Malkevitch -- Hamiltonian arcs and circuits / C. St. J.A. Nash-Williams -- Graph-valued functions and Hamiltonian graphs / Wayne S. Petroelje, Curtiss E. Wall -- Generalizations of product isomorphisms / S.M. Ulam -- On the genus of products of graphs / Arthur T. White. |

Series Title: | Lecture notes in mathematics (Springer-Verlag), 186. |

Responsibility: | edited by M. Capobianco, J.B. Frechen and M. Krolik. |

### Abstract:

These are the proceedings of the first graph theory conference held in New York City, on June 11-13, 1970, sponsored by St. John's University, Jamaica, New York. In spirit and scope it followed the graph theory conferences recently held in Ann Arbor and Kalamazoo: the contributors and participants were persons from Canada and the United States who are interested and very active in graph theory and its applications.

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