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Thesis: A Classification of All Connected Graphs on Seven, Eight, and Nine Vertices With Respect to the Property of Intrinsic Knotting

Thesis: A Classification of All Connected Graphs on Seven, Eight, and Nine Vertices With Respect to the Property of Intrinsic Knotting

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This is my Masters thesis where I classified all of the connected graphs on 7, 8 and 9 vertices with respect to the property of intrinsic knotting. For a more detailed description of the thesis, please read the abstract on page 10.
This is my Masters thesis where I classified all of the connected graphs on 7, 8 and 9 vertices with respect to the property of intrinsic knotting. For a more detailed description of the thesis, please read the abstract on page 10.

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Published by: Chris Morris on Sep 13, 2010
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 A CLASSIFICATION OF ALL CONNECTED GRAPHS ONSEVEN, EIGHT, AND NINE VERTICES WITH RESPECTTO THE PROPERTY OF INTRINSIC KNOTTING____________A ProjectPresentedto the Faculty of California State University, Chico____________In Partial Fulfillmentof the Requirements for the DegreeMaster of ScienceinComputer Science____________byChristopher H. MorrisFall 2008
 
 A CLASSIFICATION OF ALL CONNECTED GRAPHS ONSEVEN, EIGHT, AND NINE VERTICES WITH RESPECTTO THE PROPERTY OF INTRINSIC KNOTTINGA ProjectbyChristopher H. MorrisFall 2008APPROVED BY THE DEAN OF THE SCHOOL OFGRADUATE, INTERNATIONAL, AND INTERDISCPLINARY STUDIES:______________________________Susan E. Place, Ph.D.APPROVED BY THE GRADUATE ADVISORY COMMITTEE:______________________________ ______________________________Abdel-Moaty Fayek, MS Tyson Henry, Ph.D., ChairGraduate Coordinator______________________________Thomas Mattman, Ph.D.
 
 iiiACKNOWLEDGEMENTSI want to sincerely thank Dr. Tyson Henry and Dr. Thomas Mattman for theirconstant support, encouragement, and endless patience throughout this process. Thank you to Dr. Mattman for the idea behind this project and for his expertise in knot theory.Before talking with him, I had never heard of knot theory. Thank you to Dr. Henry forhis expertise in computer science and for helping me to keep focused on my goal. In andout of the classroom, he has been an incredible teacher to me for many things technicaland not so technical. If it were not for these two, I am confident that I would have givenup on this long ago.A special thank you to my wife, Michelle. If it were not for her, I would havenever moved to Chico and consequently never pursued this degree. Thank you to her forher unconditional encouragement to complete my project, for putting up with my stressand perfectionism, and for humoring me by listening to me explain the technical aspectsof my project which were completely foreign and uninteresting to her. I love you.

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