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Infinite Graph Theory, Planarity, Reconciliation
Geometry and Topology | Mathematics
In my previous studies, I analyzed many of the theories and uses for finite graph theory. In this paper I will expand those concepts to include graphs of infinite nature. First it is necessary to present many of these topics in finite graph theory for the sake of understanding the nomenclature. Of most import are graphs that are planar, and those that can be reconciled to planar graphs. This paper will give the necessary and sufficient conditions for a graph to be reconcilable.
Gillespie, Jason, "Infinite Graph Theory: Planarity and Reconciliation" (1998). Honors Projects. 493.