Super Edge-Antimagic Graphs
A Wealth of Problems and Some Solutions
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Graph theory, and graph labeling in particular, are fast-growing research areas in mathematics. New results are constantly being discovered and published at a rapidly increasing rate due to the enormous number of open problems and conjectures in the field. This book deals mainly with the super edge-antimagic branch of graph labeling. It is written for specialists, but could be read also by postgraduate or undergraduate students with high school knowledge of mathematics and a vibrant interest in problem-solving.
About the Author
Mirka Miller is a professor in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at The University of Newcastle, Australia. Martin Baca is a professor of Mathematics at the Technical University, Kosice, Slovakia.