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Some Results on Graph Representations and Graph Colorings
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A graph G(V, E) is a structure used to model pairwise relations between a set of objects. In this context, a graph is a collection of vertices (representing the objects) and a collection of edges (representing the relation) that connect pairs of vertices. It is possible to represent a graph using an adjacency matrix, but often this is not the most efficient representation of the relation. In studying graph representation, the object is to capture the structure of the graph more efficiently

doi:10.23860/diss-heissan-arlene-2013
fatcat:5wcsuubtwfckpjpyih6yweich4