**Instructor:** Robin Thomas

**Textbook:**
Diestel, Graph Theory.

**Other texts you may wish to consult:**

Bollobas, Modern Graph Theory (recommended source)

West, Introduction to Graph Theory

Bondy and Murty, Graph Theory with Applications

Even, Graph Algorithms

Lovasz, Combinatorial Problems and Exercises

Notes on planar graphs

**Lecture Schedule:** Fundamentals, Matching, Connectivity,
Planar graphs,
Coloring, Extremal Problems, Ramsey Theory, Random Graphs.

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**Grades:** Approximately 30% homework, 30% midterm, 40% final.

**Midterm exam**.
You will be asked to solve problems similar to proofs done in class or
problems assigned in the problem sets below.
You will be permitted to bring one letter size sheet of notes,
one-sided only,
and you will be required to turn it in at the conclusion of the
examination.
The midterm exam has been scheduled for October 20.

**Problem sets:** Problem sets will be posted here. You should be
able to solve these problems, because they and their variations will
appear in both the midterm and the final exam.

Week 1 problems

Week 2 problems

Week 3 problems

Week 4 problems

Week 5 problems

Week 6 problems

Week 7 problems

Week 8 problems

Due to the midterm exam there are no Week 9 problems

Week 10 problems

Week 11 problems

Week 12 problems

Week 13 problems

Week 14 problems

Week 15 problems

**Extra credit problems** will be posted here.

Extra credit problem 1

Extra credit problem 2

Extra credit problem 3

Extra credit problem 4

**Final examination.**
You will be permitted to bring one letter size sheet of notes,
one-sided only,
and you will be required to turn it in at the conclusion of the
examination.
You may be asked to state theorems we covered in class.

**Homework:** Each homework problem must be turned in on
one-sided letter
size paper. The text must be typed in 10pt font or larger. Figures and
mathematical
formulae may be drawn by hand in black ink. Do not fold pages or bend
corners.
Your work must be scannable at 300dpi. Electronic submission is allowed
only
in pdf format. Due dates will be strictly enforced. Clarity of
exposition,
ease of expression, mathematical elegance and overall physical
appearance
will all be factors in grading. A signed cover page
must accompany each submission.

Homework 1.
Solutions are available on T-square.

Homework 2.
Solutions are available on T-square.

Homework 3.
Solutions are available on T-square.

Homework 4.
Solutions are available on T-square.

Homework 5.
Solutions are available on T-square.

Homework 6.

**Honor Code:** Discussing class material including problem sets is encouraged. However, no
collaboration is allowed on problems assigned for homework, midterm or final.

**Office hours:** Tuesday 1:45-2:15, Thursday 12:00-12:30
and by appointment.

**Office:** 217B Skiles.

**This document:** http://www.math.gatech.edu/~thomas/TEACH/6014