About the book
GRAPH THEORY: Research Directions, contains ten articles, mainly survey type, on some current research areas in Graph Theory, namely, graceful labeling, L(2,1)-labelling, complexity of graph labeling problems, dominations, interval graphs, matrices and graphs, colouring of labelled graphs and hypergraphs, self-complementary graphs, and strongly regular graphs. Several research problems have been mentioned in the book and at the end of each article a number of references have been included.
This book will be beneficial for researchers and useful for beginners who want to do research in these topics.
Preface / Contributing Authors / Graph Labelings and Complexity Problems: A Review / Coding, Counting, Cutset incomparability and Coloring of Labelled Graphs and Hypergraphs / Domination in Graphs / Graceful Labelings: Properties and Algorithms / Graceful Operations on Trees / L(2, 1)-labeling of Graphs: Known Results and Open Problems / Some Topics Related to Interval Digraphs/Bigraphs / Self-Complementary Graphs / Nonnegative Matrices and Graph Spectra: A Brief Introduction / Some Open Problems on Strongly Regular Graphs.
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students