Graphs and Combinatorics
Graphs and Combinatorics is an international journal, which was established in 1985.
It is devoted to research concerning all aspects of combinatorial mathematics, especially graph theory and discrete geometry. In addition to original research papers, the journal also publishes one major survey article each year. Notable survey articles include
- Ronald J. Gould, Advances on the Hamiltonian Problem – A Survey (2003)
- Bert Randerath and Ingo Schiermeyer, Vertex Colouring and Forbidden Subgraphs – A Survey (2004)
- Xueliang Li, Yongtang Shi, Yuefang Sun, Rainbow Connections of Graphs: A Survey (2013)
- Ronald J. Gould, Recent Advances on the Hamiltonian Problem: Survey III (2014)
- Algebraic Combinatorics
- Combinatorial Design Theory
- Discrete Geometry
- Extremal Set Theory
- Graph Theory
Commonly used title abbreviations: Graphs Combin.
Michael Szestopalow (May 2017)
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