Book: Handbook of Graph Theory
Publisher: CRC Press
Over tlid- past forty years, graph theory has been one of the most rapidly growing
areas of mathematics. Siuee 19oO, more than 10.000 different authors have published
papers classified as graph l he or Ã‘Âƒ by XI nth Reviews, and for the past decade, over 1000
graph theory papers have been published each year.
litis Handbook is intended to provide as comprehensive |a view of graph theory
as is feasible in a single volume, lite 00 contributors to this volume collectively repre
sent perhaps as much as 90% or more of the content areas in graph theory, including
algorit hmic and optimization approaches of graph theory as well as "pure' graph theory.