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The Zeroth Book of Graph Theory: An Annotated Translation of Les Réseaux (ou Graphes)—André Sainte-Laguë (1926)

The Zeroth Book of Graph Theory: An Annotated Translation of Les Réseaux (ou Graphes)—André Sainte-Laguë (1926)
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Title The Zeroth Book of Graph Theory ([Ebook]) : An Annotated Translation of Les Réseaux (ou Graphes)—André Sainte-Laguë (1926) / Martin Charles Golumbic ; André Sainte-Laguë
Author Golumbic, Martin Charles
Added Personal Name Sainte-Laguë, André
Publication Cham, Switzerland AG : Springer Nature , 2021
Physical Details 1 online resource (xii, 122 pages
Series Lecture Notes in Mathematics ; 2261
ISBN 9783030614201
Summary Note Marking 94 years since its first appearance, this book provides an annotated translation of Sainte-Laguë's seminal monograph Les réseaux (ou graphes), drawing attention to its fundamental principles and ideas. Sainte-Laguë's 1926 monograph appeared only in French, but in the 1990s H. Gropp published a number of English papers describing several aspects of the book. He expressed his hope that an English translation might sometime be available to the mathematics community. In the 10 years following the appearance of Les réseaux (ou graphes), the development of graph theory continued, culminating in the publication of the first full book on the theory of finite and infinite graphs in 1936 by Dénes König. This remained the only well-known text until Claude Berge's 1958 book on the theory and applications of graphs. By 1960, graph theory had emerged as a significant mathematical discipline of its own. This book will be of interest to graph theorists and mathematical historians.:
Mode of acces to digital resource Digital reproduction.- Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2021. - Mode of access : World Wide Web. - System requirements : Internet Explorer 6.0 (or higher) of Firefox 2.0 (or higher). Available as searchable text in PDF format
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