Applied graph theory by Wai-Kai Chen

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If no particular edge is specified, (/, j) denotes any one, but otherwise fixed, of the parallel edges from / to j in Gd. Also we admit edges with the same endpoints; they are called the self loops of Gd. 25 Directed graphs §5 As an illustration, consider the directed graph Gd(V, E) in which V = { 1 , 2 , 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 } , Ε = {(1, 1), (1, 2), ( 1 , 4), (4, 4 ) 1? ( 6 , 7 ) 2 , (7, 6 ) } . The corresponding geometric graph is as shown in fig. 18 in which we have a self-loop at node 1 and two parallel edges directed from node 2 to node 3, and from node 6 to node 7.

25). 26). 5. Some important classes of directed graphs We have already seen graphs and directed graphs classified on the basis of whether they are planar or nonplanar, and separable or nonseparable. In the following we shall introduce two other useful classifications. 35: Symmetric directed graph. A directed graph Gd is said to be symmetric if, for every edge of Gd9 it is matched by an edge (j, i) of Gd, the number of parallel edges in each direction being the same if they exist. This would imply that, in Gd, if there are k edges directed from i to j then there are k edges directed from j to /.

Prove that a nontrivial nonseparable graph contains at least one circuit. 25. Prove Theorem 1 . 1 3 . 26. Show that a directed graph is strongly connected if, and only if, there exists a closed directed-edge sequence which includes all the edges at least once. 27. Let E' and E" be two directed-edge sequences which have at least one node in common. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. which includes all the edges of E'\JE". IS E'\JE" strongly connected? Prove that the rank and nullity of a graph G are equal to the sums of the ranks and nullities, respectively, of its components.

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