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- A brief introduction to spectral graph theory
- A seminar on graph theory
- Algebraic graph theory
- Algebraic graph theory
- Algebraic graph theory : morphisms, monoids, and matrices
- Algebraic graph theory : morphisms, monoids, and matrices
- Algorithm to Architecture Mapping Model (ATAMM) multicomputer operating system functional specification
- Algorithmic combinatorics
- Algorithmic graph theory and perfect graphs
- Algorithms, graphs and computers
- Algorithms, graphs and computers
- An Introduction to the Theory of Graph Spectra
- An algorithmic theory of numbers, graphs, and convexity
- An introduction to grids, graphs, and networks
- Analysis of complex networks : from biology to linguistics
- Applications of algebraic topology : graphs and networks : the Picard-Lefschetz theory and Feynman integrals
- Applications of graph theory
- Applied combinatorics
- Applied graph theory
- Asymptotic properties of random subsets of projective spaces
- Bounded incremental computation
- Chemical applications of graph theory
- Chemical graph theory
- Chemical graph theory
- Chromatic polynomials and chromaticity of graphs
- Chromatic polynomials and chromaticity of graphs
- Circuit Double Cover of Graphs
- Combinatorial, algebraic, and topological representations of groups, semigroups, and categories
- Combinatorics with emphasis on the theory of graphs
- Computational chemical graph theory
- Degeneracy graphs and the neighbourhood problem
- Designs, graphs, codes and their links
- Designs, graphs, codes, and their links
- Designs, graphs, codes, and their links
- Discrete mathematics for computer scientists
- Diskrete Mathematik und mathematische Fragen der Kybernetik
- Distance-regular graphs
- Divisors and sandpiles : an introduction to chip-firing
- Dots and lines
- Dynamical processes on complex networks
- Eigenspaces of graphs
- Eigenspaces of graphs
- Eigenspaces of graphs
- Elementary number theory, group theory, and Ramanujan graphs
- Elementary number theory, group theory, and Ramanujan graphs
- Emerging topics on differential geometry and graph theory
- Emerging topics on differential geometry and graph theory
- Ensemble video object cut in highly dynamic scenes
- Epidemics and rumours in complex networks
- Examples and counterexamples in graph theory
- Factors and factorizations of graphs : proof techniques in factor theory
- Finite graphs and networks : an introduction with applications
- Finite groups of automorphisms ; : course given at the University of Southampton, October-December 1969
- Flots dans les graphes
- Graph algorithms and applications 3
- Graph algorithms and applications 3
- Graph algorithms and applications 4
- Graph algorithms and applications 4
- Graph algorithms and applications 5
- Graph algorithms and applications 5
- Graph directed Markov systems : geometry and dynamics of limit sets
- Graph directed Markov systems : geometry and dynamics of limit sets
- Graph directed Markov systems : geometry and dynamics of limit sets
- Graph drawing and applications for software and knowledge engineers
- Graph drawing and applications for software and knowledge engineers
- Graph it!
- Graph spectra for complex networks
- Graph theoretical models of abstract musical transformation : an introduction and compendium for composers and theorists
- Graph theory
- Graph theory
- Graph theory
- Graph theory
- Graph theory
- Graph theory : a problem oriented approach
- Graph theory : a problem oriented approach
- Graph theory : an introductory course
- Graph theory : new research
- Graph theory : new research
- Graph theory : proceedings of a conference held in Łagów, Poland, February 10-13, 1981
- Graph theory and finite combinatorics
- Graph theory in modern engineering : computer aided design, control, optimization, reliability analysis
- Graph theory in modern engineering : computer aided design, control, optimization, reliability analysis
- Graph theory in operations research
- Graph theory with applications
- Graph theory with applications to engineering and computer science
- Graph theory, coding theory, and block designs
- Graph theory, coding theory, and block designs
- Graph theory, coding theory, and block designs
- Graphical models for machine learning and digital communication
- Graphical models for machine learning and digital communication
- Graphical models in applied multivariate statistics
- Graphs
- Graphs and networks
- Graphs and networks : an introduction
- Graphs and their uses
- Graphs for Pattern Recognition
- Graphs for pattern recognition : infeasible systems of linear inequalities
- Graphs, codes, and designs
- Graphs, codes, and designs
- Graphs, dynamic programming, and finite games
- Graphs, dynamic programming, and finite games
- Graphs, dynamic programming, and finite games
- Graphs, groups, and surfaces
- Graphs, matrices, and designs : Festschrift in honor of Norman J. Pullman
- Graphs, networks, and algorithms
- Groups and Their Graphs
- Groups and their graphs
- Groups and their graphs
- Head-order techniques and other pragmatics of lambda calculus graph reduction
- Improving resiliency using graph based evolutionary algorithms
- Interaction models : course given at Royal Holloway College, University of London, October-December 1976
- Interaction models : course given at Royal Holloway College, University of London, October-December 1976
- Interaction models : course given at Royal Holloway College, University of London, October-December 1976
- Introduction to graph and hypergraph theory
- Introduction to graph theory
- Introduction to graph theory
- Introduction to graph theory
- Introduction to the theory of graphs
- Introductory topological analysis of electrical networks
- Island networks : communication, kinship, and classification structures in Oceania
- Laplacian eigenvectors of graphs : Perron-Frobenius and Faber-Krahn type theorems
- MAC layer resource allocation algorithms for OFDM/TDMA wireless networks
- Mathematical foundations of network analysis
- Modern graph theory
- On construction and identification of graphs
- Operator Calculus on Graphs : Theory and Applications in Computer Science
- Operator calculus on graphs : theory and applications in computer science
- Optimization algorithms for networks and graphs
- Power systems applications of graph theory
- Probability on graphs : random processes on graphs and lattices
- Problems in combinatorics and graph theory
- Problèmes combinatoires de commutation et réarrangements
- Properties of planar graphs with uniform vertex and face structure
- Pseudo-matroids and cuts of matroids
- Pseudo-matroids and cuts of matroids
- Quasi-symmetric designs
- Quasi-symmetric designs
- Ramsey theory : unsolved problems and results
- Random perturbations of Hamiltonian systems
- Random walks on infinite graphs and groups
- Regular Graphs
- Regular graphs : a spectral approach
- Scale-isometric polytopal graphs in hypercubes and cubic lattices : polytopes in hypercubes and Zn̳
- Scale-isometric polytopal graphs in hypercubes and cubic lattices : polytopes in hypercubes and Zn̳
- Scene matching between a quantitative map and a qualitative hand drawn sketch
- Selected topics in graph theory
- Signal processing for time-series functions on a graph
- Simplicial complexes of graphs
- Some topics in graph theory
- Some topics in graph theory
- Spectral generalizations of line graphs : on graphs with least negative eigenvalue -2
- Stable networks and product graphs
- Statistical and evolutionary analysis of biological networks
- Structural models in anthropology
- Surveys in Combinatorics 2011
- Surveys in combinatorics 2013
- Ten applications of graph theory
- The Planar Cubic Cayley Graphs
- The classification of minimal graphs with given abelian automorphism group
- The fascinating world of graph theory
- The fascinating world of graph theory
- The logic system of concept graphs with negation : and its relationship to predicate logic
- The real positive definite completion problem : cycle completability
- The structure and dynamics of networks
- The theory of graphs : a basis for network theory
- The theory of graphs and its applications
- Theory of graphs
- Theory of graphs : proceedings
- Tolerance graphs
- Tolerance graphs
- Topics in Algebraic Graph Theory
- Topics in algebraic graph theory
- Topics on tournaments
- Towards a theory of geometric graphs
- Un code pour les graphes planaires et ses applications
- Zero-symmetric graphs : trivalent graphical regular representations of groups
- Zeta functions of graphs : a stroll through the garden

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