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- A Kaleidoscopic View of Graph Colorings
- A beginner's guide to graph theory
- A brief introduction to spectral graph theory
- A librarian's guide to graphs, data and the semantic web
- Adventures in Graph Theory
- Algebra and its Applications : ICAA, Aligarh, India, December 2014
- An Introduction to Catalan Numbers
- Applied Analysis in Biological and Physical Sciences : ICMBAA, Aligarh, India, June 2015
- Applied and Computational Matrix Analysis : MAT-TRIAD, Coimbra, Portugal, September 2015 Selected, Revised Contributions
- Applied combinatorics
- Classes of Directed Graphs
- Color-Induced Graph Colorings
- Convexity and Discrete Geometry Including Graph Theory : Mulhouse, France, September 2014
- Discrete Probability Models and Methods : Probability on Graphs and Trees, Markov Chains and Random Fields, Entropy and Coding
- From Domination to Coloring : Stephen Hedetniemi's Graph Theory and Beyond
- Fundamental concepts of computer science : mathematical foundations of programming
- Generalized Connectivity of Graphs
- Geometric Group Theory : An Introduction
- Geometric Structure of Chemistry-Relevant Graphs : Zigzags and Central Circuits
- Graceful, Harmonious and Magic Type Labelings : Relations and Techniques
- Graph Theory : Favorite Conjectures and Open Problems - 1
- Graph algebra : mathematical modeling with a systems approach
- Graph algebra : mathematical modeling with a systems approach
- Graph theory
- Graph theory
- Graph theory and combinatorics : proceedings of the Cambridge Combinatorial Conference in honour of Paul Erdős
- Graph theory applications
- Graphs and applications : an introductory approach
- Handbook of graphs and networks : from the genome to the internet
- Introduction to analysis on graphs
- Introduction to graph theory
- Introduction to graph theory
- Island networks : communication, kinship, and classification structures in Oceania
- Mathematical Technology of Networks : Bielefeld, December 2013
- Network Intelligence Meets User Centered Social Media Networks
- On Graph Approaches to Contextuality and their Role in Quantum Theory
- Pancyclic and Bipancyclic Graphs
- Probability on graphs : random processes on graphs and lattices
- Profinite Graphs and Groups
- Proofs from THE BOOK
- Properly Colored Connectivity of Graphs
- Random graphs
- Random graphs
- Six degrees : the science of a connected age
- Small worlds : the dynamics of networks between order and randomness
- Spectral Analysis of Growing Graphs : A Quantum Probability Point of View
- Structural models in anthropology
- Symmetries in Graphs, Maps, and Polytopes : 5th SIGMAP Workshop, West Malvern, UK, July 2014
- The Harary Index of a Graph

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