Graph theory is a graphical representation of a set of objects which are connected by links and is basically studied in computers science and mathematics. Generally a graph comprises of vertices and edges, which are studied in discrete mathematics. Graphs are of two types Directed and Undirected. In directed graph also called as digraph are ordered pairs. While undirected graphs are not ordered pairs, there edges have no orientation.
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Graph Theory peer-review journal from OMICS Group, named as the Journal of Applied & Computational Mathematics, follows the quality & rapid peer-review procedure.
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Last date updated on June, 2014