Today, graph theory is a crucial analytical tool in both computer science and mathematics. The fundamental simplicity of graph theory makes it suitable for modeling a wide range of physical and abstract systems, including communication and transportation networks, models for business administration, politics, and psychology, among others.
In addition to presenting the most recent status and development trends in graph theory, this book's goal is to advance the reader's understanding to the point where he can start working on independent research projects. The book is divided into two main sections: theoretical research and applications, taking into account the vast amount of information regarding graph theory and application that is offered in the book.
The book is also meant to serve as a reference for software professionals and practitioners as well as graduate and postgraduate students studying subjects like math, computer science, system sciences, biology, engineering, cybernetics, and social sciences.