Graph Theory

  • 4h 27m
  • Udit Agarwal, Umesh Pal Singh
  • Laxmi Publications
  • 2009

The book Graph Theory is a concise introduction to the fundamentals of graph theory. This book has written in reader-friendly style with the features that enhance students' comprehension. This is a suitable textbook for the students of M.C.A., B.C.A., B.Sc. and different branches of engineering.


Salient features of this book:

  • A large number of solved examples are included
  • Systematic and sequential arrangement of different topics
  • Concise and to-the-point description of all the topics
  • Each chapter contains an extensive list of exercises
  • Eminently suitable for self-study.

About the Authors

Udit Agarwal is a senior lecturer at RBMI, Bareilly. He has been teaching undergraduate and postgraduate courses in CS & IT deptt. He has a profound interest in writing textbooks. He has already authored prominent books on Computer Science and Mathematics for B.Tech and MCA students.

Umesh Pal Singh is a director at Rotary Institute of Management & Technology Chandausi, Uttar Pradesh. Earlier he taught at RBMI, Bareilly.

In this Book

  • Elementary Combinatorics
  • Discrete Numeric Functions and Generating Functions
  • Recurrence Relations
  • Graphs
  • Euler and Hamiltonian Graphs
  • Trees
  • Cut-sets and Net Work Flows
  • Planar and Dual Graphs
  • Vector Spaces of a Graph
  • Matrix-Representation of Graphs
  • Coloring of Graphs
  • Directed Graphs
  • Enumeration of Graphs
  • Applications of Graph Theory