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Graph Theory And Combinatorics

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About This Course

A graph is a simple pictorial way to represent almost any relations between objects. We'll see that we use graph applications daily! Graph theory began in 1736 when the Swiss mathematician Euler solved Konigsberg seven-bridge problem. It has been two hundred and eighty years till now. Graph theory is the core content of Discrete Mathematics. This course introduces in an elementary way some basic knowledge and the primary methods in Graph Theory. We'll learn what graphs are, when and how to use them, how to draw graphs, and we'll also see the most important graph classes. .


Discrete Mathematics

Course Staff

Reshmi R

Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science And Engineering, FISAT

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