MATH 412 X15 - Graph Theory
Examines basic concepts and applications of graph theory, where graph refers to a set of vertices and edges that join some pairs of vertices; topics include subgraphs, connectivity, trees, cycles, vertex and edge coloring, planar graphs and their colorings. Draws applications from computer science, operations research, chemistry, the social sciences, and other branches of mathematics, but emphasis is placed on theoretical aspects of graphs. Course Information: 3 or 4 undergraduate hours. 3 or 4 graduate hours. 4 hours of credit requires approval of the instructor and department with completion of additional work of substance. Prerequisite: MATH 347 or MATH 348 or equivalent experience or CS 374.
Currently Math 412 is full for Fall 2020. Overrides are given only for emergency situations with recommendation of a student's departmental advisor required for consideration. (Math majors may email mathadvising without additional recommendation if the situation is an emergency.)
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Course Level: Graduate