# Graph theory definitions

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Graph

A ----- is a network of dots ( vertices ) connected by lines ( edges ).

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Degree of a vertex

The ------ -- - ------ is the number of edges connected to the vertex, counting any loop as connected twice

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Multiple edges

Two or more edges linking the same pair of vertices are called ------- -----

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Loops

An edge joining a vertex to itself is called a ----

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Simple graph

A ------ ----- is one that has no loops or multiple edges.

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Adjacency

Two vertices V and W of a graph are -------- if they are linked by an edge E.

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Incidence

An edge E is -------- with the vertices it touches.

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Isomorphism

Two graphs G and H are ---------- if H can be obtained by re-labeling the vertices of G.

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Subgraph

A -------- H of a graph G is a graph all of whose vertices are of G and all of whose edges are of G

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Degree Sequence

The ------ -------- of a graph G is the sequence obtained by listing the vertex degrees of G in ascending order, with repeats as necessary.

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Walk

A ---- of length K is a succession of k edges. (for example a walk of length 3 could be denoted AB,BC,CD)

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Trail

A ----- is a walk in which all the edges but not necessarily the vertices are different.

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Path

A ----is a walk in which all the edges AND all the vertices are different.

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Connectivity

A graph is --------- if there is a path between any two of its vertices. Otherwise it is disconnected.

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Disconnected graph

Any ------------ ----- is the union of connected subgraphs, called components

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Bridge

An edge in a connected graph is a ------ if it's deletion leaves a disconnected graph

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Closed Walk

A ------ ---- in a graph is a walk that starts and ends at the same vertex.

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Closed Trail

A ------ -----l is a closed walk in which all the edges are different.

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Cycle

A ----- is a closed walk in which all the edges and all intermediate vertices are different.

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Regular Graph

A graph is -------if it's vertices all have the same degree. A ------- ----- is r-regular if the degree of each vertex is r.

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Tree

A ---- is a connected graph with no cycles.

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Eulerian trail

A -------- ----- is a closed trail containing every edge of graph G

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Eulerian Graph

A -------- ----- is a graph for which an Eulerian trail exists

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Semi-Eulerian

A non Eulerian graph G is ----_-------- if there is an open trail containing every edge of G

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Digraph

A directed graph ( or -------) D consists of a non-empty vertex set V and a finite family A of ordered pairs vw of vertices v,w that are elements of the set V , called arcs.

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Simple Digraph

A digraph D is a ------ ------- if the arcs of D are all distinct and there are no loops.

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Connected Digraphs

A digraph is connected if it's underlying graph is connected.

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Strongly connected

A digraph D is -------- --------- if for any two vertices v,w that are a part of D there is a path from v to w on the digraph.

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Orientability

A graph G is ---------- if each edge of G can be directed such that the resulting digraph is strongly connected.

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Eulerian Digraph

A connected digraph D is -------- if there exists a trail containing every arc of D

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Outdegree of a vertex

The --------- -- - ------ v is the number of arcs VW. The In-degree is the number of arcs WV.

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Hamiltonian digraph

A digraph D is ----------- if there is a cycle that includes every vertex of D.

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Semi-Hamilitonian

A digraph D is ----_----------- if there is a path that passes through every vertex of D

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Tournament

A ---------- is a digraph in which any two vertices are joined by exactly one arc.

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Forest

A ------ is a (not necessarily connected) graph with no cycles

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Cycle rank

The number of edges removed in the procedure ( of removing cycles one edge at a time ) is the ----- ---- ( gamma ) of G.

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Cutset Rank

The number of edges in a spanning tree is the ------ ---- (Xi) of G

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Planar Graphs

A ------ ----- is a graph that can be drawn in the plane without crossings. ( may also be called a plane graph)

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Crossing number

The -------- ------ cr(G) of a graph G is the minimum number of crossings that can occur when G is drawn in the plane

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Homeomorphicity

Two graphs are ------------ if both can be obtained from the same graph by inserting additional vertices of degree 2 into it's edges.

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Contractible

A graph G is ------------ to another graph H' if H' can be obtained by successively contracting edges of H. That is, by removing an edge and identifying it's end vertices

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Faces

If G is a planar graph then any plane drawing of G divides the points on the plane that are not on G into regions- called -----. One of these faces is unbounded it is called the infinte face.

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Face Degree

Let G be a connected planar graph, and F be any face of a plane drawing of G. Then the degree of F, written deg(F) is the number of edges of the boundary of face F

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k-colourable

A graph G ( without loops ) is -_---------- if you can assign one of k colours to each vertex so that adjacent vertices have different colours

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Chromatic number

If G is k-colourable but not (k-1)-colourable then we call G k-chromatic and it's --------- ------ ( chi of G ) is k

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Map

A --- is a 3-connected plane graph

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Colouring of maps

a map is k colourable if it's faces can be coloured with k colours such that no two faves with a common boundary edge have the same colour

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k-edge-connectivity

Graph G is -_----_--------- if the smallest number of edges that must be deleted to disconnect G is >= k . ( i.e any cutset of G has >= k edges)

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k-connectivity

Graph G is -_--------- if the smallest number of vertices that must be deleted to disconnect G is >= k

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Network

A ------- N is a weighted digraph where each arc, a , is assigned a positive number ( psi(a)) called it's capacity.

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A cut in a network

A --- -- - ------- is a set A of arcs such that each path from v to w includes and arc in A. A cut is a vw-disconnecting set.

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Capacity of a cut

The -------- -- - --- is the sum of the capacities of the arcs in A

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Minimum cut

A ------- --- is a cut with minimal capacity

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Complete matching

A -------- -------- from A to B in a bipartite graph G(A,B) is a one to one correspondence between the vertices in A and a subset of vertices in B such that corresponding vertices are joined.

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## Other cards in this set

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The ------ -- - ------ is the number of edges connected to the vertex, counting any loop as connected twice

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Degree of a vertex

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Two or more edges linking the same pair of vertices are called ------- -----

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An edge joining a vertex to itself is called a ----

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A ------ ----- is one that has no loops or multiple edges.

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