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Gallai’s question and constructions of almost hypotraceable graphs

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Gallai’s problem, Traceable, Hypotraceable, Almost hypotraceable, LONGEST PATHS, HYPOHAMILTONIAN GRAPHS, NONEMPTY INTERSECTION, PLANAR, VERTICES, CYCLES

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Wiener, Gábor, and Carol Zamfirescu. “Gallai’s Question and Constructions of Almost Hypotraceable Graphs.” DISCRETE APPLIED MATHEMATICS 243 (2018): 270–278. Print.
APA
Wiener, G., & Zamfirescu, C. (2018). Gallai’s question and constructions of almost hypotraceable graphs. DISCRETE APPLIED MATHEMATICS, 243, 270–278.
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Wiener, Gábor, and Carol Zamfirescu. 2018. “Gallai’s Question and Constructions of Almost Hypotraceable Graphs.” Discrete Applied Mathematics 243: 270–278.
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Wiener, Gábor, and Carol Zamfirescu. 2018. “Gallai’s Question and Constructions of Almost Hypotraceable Graphs.” Discrete Applied Mathematics 243: 270–278.
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Wiener G, Zamfirescu C. Gallai’s question and constructions of almost hypotraceable graphs. DISCRETE APPLIED MATHEMATICS. 2018;243:270–8.
IEEE
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G. Wiener and C. Zamfirescu, “Gallai’s question and constructions of almost hypotraceable graphs,” DISCRETE APPLIED MATHEMATICS, vol. 243, pp. 270–278, 2018.
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  author       = {{Wiener, Gábor and Zamfirescu, Carol}},
  issn         = {{0166-218X}},
  journal      = {{DISCRETE APPLIED MATHEMATICS}},
  keywords     = {{Gallai’s problem,Traceable,Hypotraceable,Almost hypotraceable,LONGEST PATHS,HYPOHAMILTONIAN GRAPHS,NONEMPTY INTERSECTION,PLANAR,VERTICES,CYCLES}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  pages        = {{270--278}},
  title        = {{Gallai’s question and constructions of almost hypotraceable graphs}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dam.2018.02.017}},
  volume       = {{243}},
  year         = {{2018}},
}

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