A generalization of Hamiltonian cycles for trees

Ladislav Nebeský

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal (1976)

  • Volume: 26, Issue: 4, page 596-603
  • ISSN: 0011-4642

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Nebeský, Ladislav. "A generalization of Hamiltonian cycles for trees." Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal 26.4 (1976): 596-603. <http://eudml.org/doc/12968>.

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  3. L. Nebeský, Algebraic Properties of Trees, Charles University, Praha 1969. (1969) Zbl0214.23301MR0274210
  4. F. Neuman, On a certain ordering of the vertices of a tree, Čas. pěst. mat. 89 (1964), 323 - 339. (1964) Zbl0131.20901MR0181587
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