**by David Joyner, Minh Van Nguyen, David Phillips**

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Chapter 1

Introduction to graph theory

Chapter 2

Trees and forests

Chapter 3

Shortest paths algorithms

Chapter 4

Graph data structures

Chapter 5

Distance and connectivity

Chapter 6

Centrality and prestige

Chapter 7

Optimal graph traversals

Chapter 8

Graph coloring

Chapter 9

Network flows

Chapter 10

Algebraic graph theory

Chapter 11

Random graphs

Appendix A

Asymptotic growth

Appendix B

GNU Free Documentation License

Title

Algorithmic Graph Theory and Sage

Publisher

Self-publishing

Published

2013

Pages

304

Edition

1

Language

English

PDF Size

6.1 MB

License

GNU FDL

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