Hamiltonian graph

Hamiltonian graph

[‚ham·əl′tō·nē·ən ‚graf]
(mathematics)
A graph which has a Hamiltonian path.
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We are particularly interested in the traceability properties of locally connected, locally traceable and locally hamiltonian graphs.
de Wet, Global cycle properties in locally connected, locally traceable and locally hamiltonian graphs, Discrete Appl.
Cardoso, "Necessary and sufficient conditions for a Hamiltonian graph," Journal of Combinatorial Mathematics and Combinatorial Computing, vol.
For a graph G to be k-cyclic Hamiltonian, We call such an integer k as a cyclic hamiltonian generator of G, or G as cyclic hamiltonian graph generated by k.
A Hamiltonian graph is a graph with a Hamiltonian cycle.
In other words, Theorem 5 further extends Ho's formulas for fault tolerant Hamiltonian graphs.
On the extremal number of edges in Hamiltonian graphs.
They cover fundamental concepts and basic results; graph isomorphisms, subgraphs, the complement of a graph, and graphic sequences; bipartite graphs and trees; Eulerian multigraphs and the Chinese postman problem; Hamiltonian graphs and the traveling salesman problem; connectivity; independence, matching, and covering; vertex-colorings and planar graphs; domination; and digraphs and tournaments.
Chapters cover Cartesian products, more classical products such as Hamiltonian graphs, invariants, Algebra and other topics.
Hamiltonian graphs are also explained, including those that are optimal k-fault tolerant and optimal 1- fault tolerant.
Early chapters present fundamentals of graph theory that lie outside of graph colorings, including basic terms and results, trees and connectivity, Eulerian and Hamiltonian graphs, matching and factorizations, and graph embeddings.