Graph Theory

Heena Jand, Jasveer Kaur


Graph Theory is a graphical representation of a set of vertices which are connected by edges and is basically suitable in computer science and mathematics to create structural models. This paper describes the basic terminology of graphs, different types and connectivity of graphs to lead new inventions and modifications in the existing environment for enhancement in these fields.


Vertices; Edges; Special Graphs; Connectivity of Graphs.

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