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Abschnitt 3. Abschnitt 4. Hedetniemi, R. W Robinson Uniquely colorable graphs. Theory 6 ; 9 B. Manvel Trees. Mowshowitz, J. Riordan Labeled trees with unlabeled end-points. Theory 6 E. Palmer On the number of forests. Casopis Sloven. Welsh Matroids versus graphs. Springer Lecture Notes Math. Annals N. Theory 8 ; 9 Graph theory as a structural model in the social sciences.

Graph Theory and Its Applications. Harris, Ed. Academic Press, New York Problems involving graphical numbers. Combinatorial Mathematics and Its Applications. Erdos et al. North-Holland, Amsterdam 2 Variations on a theorem by Menger. Balaban, R. Davies, A. Hill, R. Westwick Cubic identity graphs and planar graphs derived from trees. Balaban, D. Farcasiu Chemical graphs IX. Isotope-isomerism of multiply-labelled compounds. Labelled Compounds 6 W. Brown Extremal digraphs. North-Holland, Amsterdam D. Cartwright Ambivalence and indifference in generalizations of structural balance.

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Frucht On the corona of two graphs. Aequationes Math. Frucht La corona de dos grafos.

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Scientia Valparaiso 36 in Spanish S. Hedetniemi The achromatic number of a graph. Theory 8 D. Hsiao A formal system for information retrieval from files. Lipstein, G. Styan A matrix approach to nonstationary chains. Operations Research 18 B. Manvel The reconstruction conjecture for labeled graphs. Combinatorial Structures and Their Applications. Guy, Ed. Gordon and Breach, New York A. Miller A graph-theoretic approach to the analysis of international relations.

Conflict Resolution 14 ; 15 A. Miller On the measure of connectedness in a social group. General Systems 15 Ostrand How cutting is a cutpoint? Gordon and Breach, New York R. Read The enumeration of tree-like polyhexes. Leonardo 4 The collaboration graph of mathematicians and a conjecture of Erdos. Recreational Math. Mathematical Sociology 1 A graphical exposition of the Ising problem. General Systems 16 What are mathematical models and what should they be? Biometrie-Praximetrie 12 A. Balaban The characteristic polynomial does not uniquely determine the topology of a molecule.

Chemical Documentation 11 D. Geller Connectivity in digraphs. King, A. Mowshowitz, R. Read Cospectral graphs and digraphs. Manvel On the number of cycles in a graph. Ostrand The cutting center theorem for trees. Discrete Math. Schwenk Trees with hamiltonian square. Mathematika 18 P. Stockmeyer Planar composite graphs. Biometrie-Praximetrie 12 ; reprinted Solstice 3 V. Chvatal Generalized ramsey theory for graphs. Chvatal Generalized ramsey theory for graphs II: Small diagonal numbers.

Fisher, R. Graham A simpler counterexample to the reconstruction conjecture for denumerable graphs. Theory 12B R. Havelock Anatomy of a communication arc. Human Relations 25 C. Holzmann On the tree graph of a matroid. Krarup, A. Schwenk Graphs suppressible to an edge. Manvel Reconstruction of square-celled animals. O'Neil, R. Read, A. Schwenk The number of trees in a wheel.

Pickel Two conjectures on finitely generated nilpotent groups. Glasnik Mat. Piff, D. Welsh On the automorphism group of a matroid. Schwenk A new crossing number for bipartite graphs. Utilitas Math. Schwenk Covering and packing in graphs II: Evolution of the path number of a graph. Graph Theory and Computing. Read, Ed. Academic Press, New York A. Schwenk, R.

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Scott On the reconstruction of countable forests. Beograd Press 13 On the history of the theory of graphs. Academic Press, New York Typographs. Visible Language 7 V. Chvatal Generalized ramsey theory for graphs I: Diagonal numbers. Periodica Math. Kainen, A. Schwenk Toroidal graphs with arbitrarily high crossing numbers. Nanta Math. Schwenk, A. White A maximal toroidal graph which is not a triangulation.

Krarup A class of planar graphs related to nonserial dynamic programming. Cybernetics 2 E. Palmer A survey of graphical enumeration problems. A Survey of Combinatorial Theory. Srivastava, Ed. North-Holland, Amsterdam A. Schwenk On the number of unique subgraphs. Schwenk The no-touch puzzle and graphical complementation. Schwenk The number of caterpillars. Basic Questions of Design Theory W. Spillers, Ed. North-Holland, Amsterdam New directions in graph theory.

Mathematical Education and New Areas in Math. South East Asian Math. Fleischner, D. Geller Outerplanar graphs and weak duals. Indian Math. Frucht Self-complementary generalized orbits of a permutation group. Hell Generalized ramsey theory for graphs V: The ramsey number of a digraph. Holzmann Line graphs of bipartite graphs. Revista de la Sociedad Matematica de Chile 1 A. Lempel On clique-extremal p,q -graphs. Networks 4 R. Mallion An elementary necessary condition for hamiltonian graphs involving connectivity.

Prins Generalized ramsey theory for graphs IV: The ramsey multiplicity of a graph. Read Is the null graph a pointless concept? Robinson Tapeworms. Belge Stat. Schwenk Efficiency of dissemination of information in one-way and two-way communication networks. Schwenk The communication problem on graphs and digraphs. Franklin Institute A. Schwenk Which graphs have integral spectra?

Congressus Numerantium 15 Four difficult unsolved problems in graph theory. Recent Advances in Graph Theory. Fiedler, Ed.

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Humaines 51 On minimal feedback vertex sets of a digraph. IEEE Trans. Behzad On the problem of characterizing digraphs with solutions and kernels. Iranian Math. Bollobas Point arboricity critical graphs exist. Goldner Note on a smallest nonhamiltonian maximal planar graph. Bull Malaysian Math. Mowshowitz Enumeration of end-labeled trees. Fibonacci Quart. Read On the cell-growth problem for arbitrary polygons. Robinson The number of achiral trees.

Robinson, A. Schwenk Twenty-step algorithm for determining the asymptotic number of trees of various species. Chemical Applications of Graph Theory. Balaban, Ed. Academic Press, London An exposition of the reconstruction conjecture for graphs. Malaysian Math. Congressus Numerantium 15 A mathematical approach to nonfigurative modular pictures. Leonardo 9 A. Balaban Early history of the interplay between graph theory and chemistry. Academic, London A. Robinson The numbers of chiral and achiral alkanes and monosubstituted alkanes. Tetrahedron 32 F. Boesch Line removal algorithms for graphs and their degree lists.

Bollobas Extremal graphs with given diameter and connectivity. Ars Combinatoria 1 G. Chartrand, D. Lick Maximal point-arboritic graphs. Dewdney The adjacency graphs of a complex. Czechoslovak Math. Duke Generalized ramsey theory VI: Ramsey numbers for small plexes. Harborth Extremal animals. System Sci. Melter On the metric dimension of a graph. Ars Combinatoria 2 ; 4 H. Minc Which nonnegative matrices are self-inverse? Read, R. Robinson Polya's contributions to chemical enumeration.

Academic Press, London D. Robinson Using digraphs in planning lessons. New Zealand Math. Rockey The city is not a semilattice either. Environment and Planning 8B R. Rosen On the planarity of 2-complexes. Schwenk On tactical configurations with no four-cycles. Theory 20A C. Thomassen Anticritical graphs. Papers Peace Sci. Graph Theory 1 A note of welcome. South East Asian Bull. Balaban, E. Revue Roumaine de Chimie 22 M. Behzad Which directed graphs have a solution?

Slovaca 27 S. Burr The ramsey number of many stars and one triangle. Ars Combinatoria 4 D. Cartwright A graph theoretic approach to the investigation of system-environment relationships. Sociology 5 A. Dewdney On the chromatic numbers of a simplicial complex. Hsu, Z. Miller The bichromaticity of a lattice graph J.

Miller The biparticity of a graph. Graph Theory 1 P. Kainen On triangular colorings of a planar graph. Calcutta Math. Miller On point-symmetric and arc-symmetric digraphs. Mowshowitz, A. Schwenk Line minimal boolean forests. O'Brien Measurement of the interactive effects of leadership style and group structure upon group performance. Schwenk Enumeration of graphs with signed points and lines.

Graph Theory 1 R. Robinson Exposition of the enumeration of point-line-signed graphs. Robinson, M. Wormald The divisibility theorem for isomorphic factorizations of complete graphs. Graph Theory 1 W. Wallis Isomorphic factorizations II: Combinatorial designs. Batell The concept of negative information. Beineke Consistency in marked digraphs.

Beineke Consistent graphs with signed points. Boesch Unicyclic realizability of a degree list. Networks 8 P. Hafner Cutpoints in the conjunction of two graphs. Basel 31 K. Heinrich, W.

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Wallis Decomposition of complete symmetric digraphs into the four oriented quadilaterals. Miller The bichromaticity of a tree. Kabell Extremal graphs with given connectivities. Kommel Matrix measures for transitivity and balance. Sociology 6 L. March, R. Robinson On enumerating certain design problems in terms of bicoloured graphs with no isolates. Environment and Planning 5 B R. Robinson, N. Wormald Isomorphic factorizations I: Complete graphs. Wormald Isomorphic factorizations V: Directed graphs.

Mathematika 25 A. Networks 8 W. Congressus Numerantium 19 The explosive growth of graph theory. New York Acad. Congressus Numerantium 26 The structure of threshold graphs. Akiyama A graph and its complement with specified properties I: Connectivity. Akiyama A graph and its complement with specified properties II: Unary operations. Akiyama, G. Exoo The graphs with all induced subgraphs isomorphic. Blass Properties of almost all graphs and complexes. Graph Theory 3 D.

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Cartwright Balance and clusterability: An overview. Perspectives on Social Network Research. Holland, S. Leinhardt, Eds. Academic Press, New York G. Exoo The smallest regular graphs with irregular square. Frank Balance in stochastic signed graphs. Social Networks 2 J. Grossman, M. Klawe Generalized ramsey theory for graphs X: Double stars.

Grotschel The graphs for which all strong orientations are hamiltonian.

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Graph Theory 3 J. Kabell Graphical conflict I: A new class of extremal problems. Kommel The graphs with only self-dual signings. Kornprobst Theorie des graphes et terpenes: Enumeration des terpenes monocycliques regulieres. Match 5 E. Palmer Orbits in random trees. Palmer The probability that a point of a tree is fixed.

Robinson Labeled bipartite blocks. Schwenk The spectral approach to determining the number of walks in a graph. Trotter On double and multiple interval graphs. Graph Theory 3 M. Truzzi The graph of the zodiac: On the persistence of the quasiscientific paradigm of astrology. Graph and Combinatorics III. Iri, Ed. Kyoto University, Kyoto Graph theoretic models. Slovaca 30 J. Exoo A graph and its complement with specified properties V: The self-complement index.

Mathematika 27 A. Blass, Z. Miller Which trees are link graphs? Theory 29B W. Bouwsma On the color partitions of a graph. Brualdi, Z. Miller Bigraphs versus digraphs via matrices. Graph Theory 4 W. Dorfler, G. Malle Covers of digraphs. Slovaca 30 P. Erdos, M. Klawe Residually complete graphs. Discrete Math 6 F. Esser Digraphs with real and gaussian spectra.

Discrete Appl. Math 2 F. Esser On the spectrum of a complete multipartite graph. European J. Exoo Step graphs. Exoo The smallest graphs with certain adjacency properties. Discrete Math 29 O. Frank Maximum triad counts in graphs and digraphs. Gross Some problems in topological graph theory. Graph Theory 4 J.

Kabell A simple algorithm to detect balance in signed graphs. Social Sci. Kabell An intuitive approach to interval numbers of graphs. Kabell Monotone sequences of graphical invariants. Networks 10 G. McNulty The orbital partition of a graph. Wormald Clarification of a tripartite conjecture.

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Graph Theory Newsletter 9 Sumner The dichromatic number of an oriented tree. Vince Graphical completions of a sequence. The Theory and Applications of Graphs. Chartrand et al. Graph Theory 5 Structural models and graph theory. Computer-Assisted Analysis and Model Simplification. Maybee, Ed. Academic Press, New York J.

Akiyama A graph and its complement with specified properties IV: Counting self-complementary blocks. Graph Theory 5 J. Chartrand et al, Eds. Wiley, New York J.

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Akiyama, F. Boesch, H. Era, R. Tindell The cohesiveness of a point of a graph. Networks 11 J. Exoo Covering and packing in graphs IV: Linear arboricity.

Networks 11 M. Batell Communication conflict. Human Relations 34 M. Batell What is a system? Social Networks 3 A. Blass Degree sequences of infinite graphs. Blass, G.