By Norman Biggs

During this giant revision of a much-quoted monograph first released in 1974, Dr. Biggs goals to precise houses of graphs in algebraic phrases, then to infer theorems approximately them. within the first part, he tackles the functions of linear algebra and matrix idea to the examine of graphs; algebraic structures comparable to adjacency matrix and the occurrence matrix and their functions are mentioned extensive. There follows an intensive account of the idea of chromatic polynomials, an issue that has robust hyperlinks with the "interaction versions" studied in theoretical physics, and the idea of knots. The final half offers with symmetry and regularity homes. the following there are vital connections with different branches of algebraic combinatorics and team thought. The constitution of the amount is unchanged, however the textual content has been clarified and the notation introduced into line with present perform. quite a few "Additional effects" are incorporated on the finish of every bankruptcy, thereby overlaying lots of the significant advances long ago 20 years. This new and enlarged variation could be crucial examining for quite a lot of mathematicians, desktop scientists and theoretical physicists.

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