Graph Theory and Additive Combinatorics

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About Course

This course examines classical and modern developments in graph theory and additive combinatorics, with a focus on topics and themes that connect the two subjects. The course also introduces students to current research topics and open problems.

What Will You Learn?

  • Master fundamental concepts in Graph Theory
  • Understand Eulerian and Hamiltonian paths and circuits. And many related topics to Paths.
  • Get to know a wide range of different Graphs, and their properties.
  • Be able to preform Elementary, Advanced Operations on Graphs to produce a new Graph
  • Understand Graph Coloring.
  • Know how to turn a Graph into a Matrix and vice versa.
  • Obtain a solid foundation in Trees, Tree Traversals, and Expression Trees.

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