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Theory of Graphs: Proceedings of the Colloquium Held at Tihany, Hungary,… (edition 1969)

by P. Erdos (Editor), G. Katona (Editor)

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Title:Theory of Graphs: Proceedings of the Colloquium Held at Tihany, Hungary, September, 1966
Authors:P. Erdos (Editor)
Other authors:G. Katona (Editor)
Info:Academic Press (1969), Edition: First, 370 pages
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