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By Andrzej Proskurowski, Maciej M. Syslo (auth.), Prof. Dr. G. Tinhofer, Prof. Dr. E. Mayr, Prof. Dr. H. Noltemeier, Prof. Dr. M. M. Syslo (eds.)

One ofthe most crucial elements in study fields the place arithmetic is "applied is the development of a proper version of a true approach. As for structural family, graphs have grew to become out to supply the main acceptable instrument for establishing the mathematical version. this can be one of the explanations for the swift enlargement in graph conception over the last many years. in addition, lately it additionally grew to become transparent that the 2 disciplines of graph thought and machine technological know-how have a great deal in universal, and that every one has been in a position to supporting considerably within the improvement of the opposite. On one hand, graph theorists have stumbled on that lots of their difficulties might be solved by way of com­ puting strategies, and however, laptop scientists have discovered that lots of their ideas, with which they must deal, will be with ease expressed within the lan­ guage of graph thought, and that normal ends up in graph conception are frequently very proper to the answer of difficulties referring to them. thus, a huge variety of guides has seemed, facing graphtheoretical difficulties from a computational viewpoint or treating computational difficulties utilizing graph theoretical concepts.

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Also typical methods and techniques useful for planar graph problems such as dualization, divide-and-conquer using planar separators, dynamic programming using planar embeddings, etc. are discussed. Furthermore, significant open questions on planar graphs are mentioned. We refer to [NCSS] for more details on the planar graph problems. 2. Planarity Testing and Embedding There are many practical situations in which one wishes to determine whether a given graph is planar, and if so, to find a planar embedding (drawing) of the graph.

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