# John Clark PhD, Derek Allan Holton's A First Look at Graph Theory PDF

By John Clark PhD, Derek Allan Holton

ISBN-10: 9810204906

ISBN-13: 9789810204907

I'm engaged on this e-book alone. there are various blunders, even within the first bankruptcy. i am shocked, provided that the e-book has had 5 reprintings! Is there an errata sheet on hand? How approximately a solution key? those mistakes make the ebook tricky to paintings with with no instructor.

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A region of an imbedding of a graph G in a surface M is said to be a 2-cell if it is homeomorphic to the open unit disk. If every 5-3. THE CHARACTERISTIC OF A SURFACE 39 region for an imbedding is a 2-cell, the imbedding is said to be a 2-cell imbedding. The next theorem, giving the euler identity, is perhaps the most important in all of topological graph theory. Thm. 5-14. Let G be a connected pseudograph, with a 2-cell imbedding in Sk, with the usual parameters p, q, and r. Then PROOF, (by induction on k); the case k — 0 has been settled by Corollary 5-12.

We close this section with a theorem due to Gross [G6]. 26 4. THE CAYLEY COLOR GRAPH OF A GROUP PRESENTATION Figure 4-5. Figure 4-6. Figure 4-7. Thm. 4-16. Every connected regular graph of even degree underlies a Schreier coset graph. 4-4. Products We now develop a relationship between the direct product for groups and the cartesian product for graphs. Recall the following from group theory: 4-4. PRODUCTS 27 Def. 4-17. Let FI and F2 both be subgroups of the same group F, with FI n F2 = {e} and gh = hg for all g 6 F1?

D 5. AN INTRODUCTION TO SURFACE TOPOLOGY 38 We observe here that imbedding a graph in the sphere is equivalent to imbedding it in the plane. To see this, perform a stereographic projection (see Figure 5-6) with the north pole of the sphere any point in the interior of some region of the imbedding. For each point of the sphere, there corresponds a unique point of the plane: the intersection of the line L through (0,0,2) and (a;, y, z) with the plane. The mapping is given explicitly by / : S2 — P —> R2, where + y2 + (z - I)2 = 1}, S2 = {(re, y, z] € P=(0,0,2), and f ( x , y , z ) = OW,0), with x = y = 2x (see Problem 5-4).

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