Geometric Graphs and Arrangements

  title={Geometric Graphs and Arrangements},
  author={Stefan Felsner},
Preface The body of this text is written. It remains to find some words to explain what to expect in this book. A first attempt of characterizing the content could be: In words: The questions posed and partly answered in this book are from the intersection of graph theory and discrete geometry. The reader will meet some graph theory with a geometric flavor and some combinatorial geometry of the plane. Though, the investigations always start in the geometry of the plane it is sometimes… CONTINUE READING


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