Links to Lecture notes, monographs, survey papers in combinatorics, graph theory and related fields of mathematics and computer science.
- We link to notes available free (but not necessarily copyleft) on the author's webpage.
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Structure of the site
- Lecture notes are usually written by a course instructor for his/her students or scribed by students who take the course. We include survey papers, monographs, talks, expository articles. A note may be a single file or a set of files. There is no lower limit on the number of pages.
- The title of the lecture note is usually a hyperlink pointing to the note (usually a pdf file) on author's homepage. The note title usually contains title of the note, names of authors, date of publication and number of pages. For more metadata about the note(like contents) click on "+ Details".
- Every note has an unique identifier called 'note id'. You may append a 'noteid' to 'http://bit.ly/'.
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- The page Others contains links to other lecture note compilations and links that may be helpful to combinatorialists.
- We avoid words with diacritics for easier search. For example, we spell 'Laszlo Lovasz' instead of 'László Lovász'.
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