Graph theory question (Pierre Divenyi )

```Subject: Graph theory question
From:    Pierre Divenyi  <pdivenyi@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Thu, 30 Aug 2012 10:14:22 -0700
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Hello all,

I am working on a problem that appears to be most easily solvable using
graphic theory. My problem is that I have never even dabbled into this
thicket and would like to have a cookbook that, through some examples, would
show me how to start a learning process, which should be as brief as
possible. I saw that there exist Matlab packages (have downloaded one but
stuck it in a vase to be admired from afar) but I would need a hand to lead
me through the early stages.

With great appreciation for any advice,
-Pierre

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