Graph Theory

Graph Theory

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  •  Bipartite graphs
  •  Brook’s theorem
  •  Cayley’s formula
  •  Characterisations of trees
  •  Characterization of blocks
  •  Chromatic numbers
  •  Clique-number and vertex chromatic number
  •  Colorings
  •  Connectivity
  •  Coverings
  •  Cut-sets
  •  Cycles
  •  Degrees and graphical sequences
  •  Directed graphs: Basics, various Connactivities and tournaments
  •  DMP planarity algorithm.
  •  Edge-colorings of bipartite graphs
  •  Enumeration of trees
  •  Eulerian and Hamilton graph
  •  Fleury’s algorithms
  •  Graphs
  •  Greedy algorithm for vertex-colorings
  •  Gupta Vizing’s theorem(without proof)
  •  Identification of cut-vertices and cut-edges
  •  Independent sets: Basic relations
  •  Isomorphism
  •  Kuratowski’s Characterization(without Proof)
  •  Matchings in bipartite graphs
  •  Minimum -spanning -trees
  •  Necessary/sufficient conditions
  •  Number of trees
  •  Paths
  •  Planar graphs: Euler’s formula V-E+F=2 and its consequences
  •  Shortest path algorithms
  •  Subgraphs
  •  Trails
  •  Tutte’s Perfect matching theorem and consequences
  •  Walks
  •  Traveling salesman problem
  •  Berge’s theorem
  •  2-connected graphs
  •  Euler graphs
  •  Chinese-postman-problem (complete algorithmic solution)
  •  Connected graphs
  •  Cut-edges and cut-vertices
  •  DFS, BFS algorithms
  •  Hall’s theorem
  •  Job-assignment- problem
  •  K-connected graphs
  •  K-matchings (reduction to perfect matching problem)
  •  Matrices associated with graphs
  •  Minimum spanning trees
  •  Necessary/ sufficient conditions for the existence of Hamilton cycles
  •  Spanning trees
  •  Trees