SIAM, 1978. — 133.This book is intended as a survey of applications of graph theory, and as such the writer highlights what is important without going into too much technical detail. The writing style is readable and exceedingly well-motivated. The book is quite short; it's not a Giant Tome of Information. It's designed for readability, and any additional detail you require can be found in the bibliography.Introduction The One-Way Street Problem Intersection Graphs Indifference, Measurement, and Seriation Food Webs, Niche Overlap Graphs, and the Boxicity of Ecological Phase Space Colorability Independence and Domination Applications of Eulerian Chains and Paths Balance Theory and Social Inequalities Pulse Processes and Their Applications Qualitative Matrices
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