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Reinhard DiestelJulian Pott: Dual trees must share their ends. Duality Theorems for Blocks and Tangles in Graphs. Johannes CarmesinReinhard DiestelM. HamannFabian Hundertmark: Canonical tree-decompositions of finite graphs I.
The structure of 2-separations of infinite matroids. Canonical tree-decompositions of finite graphs II. Reinhard DiestelGeoff Diestep Tangles and the Mona Lisa. Connectivity and tree structure in finite graphs.
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A Connectivity Invariant for Graphs. Reinhard DiestelSang-il Oum: Graph Theory, 4th Edition. Locally finite graphs with ends: A topological approach, III.
Fundamental group and homology. Discrete Mathematics 1: On the excluded minor structure theorem for graphs of large tree-width. A topological approach, I. Discrete Mathematics Henning BruhnReinhard Diestel: Infinite matroids in graphs.
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Decomposing infinite matroids into their 3-connected minors. Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics Twins of rayless graphs. Every rayless graph has an unfriendly partition. The homology of a locally finite graph with ends.
A topological approach, II. MacLane’s theorem for arbitrary surfaces.
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End spaces and spanning trees. Reinhard DiestelCarsten Thomassen: The American Mathematical Monthly 2: The Cycle Space of an Infinite Graph. Discrete Applied Mathematics idestel Cycle-cocycle partitions and faithful cycle covers for locally finite graphs. Journal of Graph Theory 50 grapu Menger’s theorem for infinite graphs with ends.
Journal of Graph Theory 50 3: On Infinite Cycles I. On Infinite Cycles II. Reinhard DiestelChristof Rempel: Topological paths, cycles and distel trees in infinite graphs. On Infinite Cycles in Graphs: The American Mathematical Monthly 7: The countable Erds-Menger conjecture with ends. Graph-theoretical versus topological ends of graphs. Reinhard DiestelOleg Pikhurko: Factoring a Poset into Lean Essential Subsets. Dieetel BellenbaumReinhard Diestel: An accessibility theorem for infinite graph minors.
Journal of Graph Theory 35 4: Reinhard DiestelTommy R. JensenKonstantin Yu. GorbunovCarsten Thomassen: Reinhard GrapbRobin Thomas: Excluding a Countable Clique. A universal planar graph under the minor relation. Journal of Graph Theory 32 2: A Short Proof of the Path-width Theorem. Reinhard DiestelImre Leader: The Growth of Infinite Graphs: Boundedness and Finite Spreading.
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Graph Structure Theory Simplicial tree-decompositions of infinite graphs, I. Simplicial tree-decompositions of infinite graphs. The existence of prime decompositions. The uniqueness of prime decompositions. Simplicial decompositions of graphs: Discrete Mathematics 75 Tree-decompositions, tree-representability and chordal graphs.
Discrete Mathematics 71 2: Simplicial decompositions of graphs – Some uniqueness riestel. A separation property of planar triangulations.
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Journal of Graph Theory 11 1: Some remarks on universal graphs. On the problem of finding small subdivision and homomorphism bases for classes of countable graphs. Discrete Mathematics 55 1: Maya Jakobine Stein aka: