Graph Theory Almosttwodecadeshavepassedsincetheappearanceofthosegrapht ory texts that still set the agenda for most introductory courses taught today The canon created by those books has helped to identify some ma
Almosttwodecadeshavepassedsincetheappearanceofthosegrapht ory texts that still set the agenda for most introductory courses taught today The canon created by those books has helped to identify some main eldsofstudyandresearch, andwilldoubtlesscontinuetoin uence the development of the discipline for some time to come Yet much has happened in those 20 years, in graph theoAlmosttwodecadeshavepassedsincetheappearanceofthosegrapht ory texts that still set the agenda for most introductory courses taught today The canon created by those books has helped to identify some main eldsofstudyandresearch, andwilldoubtlesscontinuetoin uence the development of the discipline for some time to come Yet much has happened in those 20 years, in graph theory no less thanelsewhere deepnewtheoremshavebeenfound, seeminglydisparate methods and results have become interrelated, entire new branches have arisen To name just a few such developments, one may think of how the new notion of list colouring has bridged the gulf between inva ants such as average degree and chromatic number, how probabilistic methods and the regularity lemma have pervaded extremal graph th ry and Ramsey theory, or how the entirely new eld of graph minors and tree decompositions has brought standard methods of surface topology to bear on long standing algorithmic graph problems Clearly, then, the time has come for a reappraisal what are, today, the essential areas, methods and results that should form the centre of an introductory graph theory course aiming to equip its audience for the most likely developments ahead I have tried in this book to o er material for such a course In view of the increasing complexity and maturity of the subject, I have broken with the tradition of attempting to cover both theory and app cations this book o ers an introduction to the theory of graphs as part of pure mathematics it contains neither explicit algorithms nor real world applications.

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if you want to know more graph theory than you can get from this book, you probably don't need me to tell you where to look. surprisingly readable, and it doesn't assume much prior knowledge. beats the crap out of bollobasw available free online. diestelgraphtheory/GrTh.
I must admit that I really don't understand why this book is so highly rated. It is a good reference material. But as a learning material it's really horrible.The definitions are way to obtuse (confusingly similar notation used for distinct things, at several places new terms are used without ever being defined) and terse for learning. Unless you have someone at hand who already understands the presented notions you will slog through the content very slowly.
Too terse for my taste. The proofs are too telegraphic, probably with the intention of treating a large number of theorems / results. It's an excellent compendium (a lot of new material) but it's not a book to learn Graph Theory from.
I read this book outside of a course, without any pressures, because I'm interested in Systems Science (which often uses Graph Theory).I've also never read a GTM book before, so though I'd see what it was like.The writing is clear. Each chapter is well introduced, the notes at the end are very helpful, being separate means that they don't interfere with the reasoning, but the background rounds out the material very well.The progression from one chapter to the next is clear and made sense to me.T [...]
Readable, especially for a yellow book.
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