Kousalya Devi, S.; Gayathri, B.
July 2010
Bulletin of Pure & Applied Sciences-Mathematics;2010, Vol. 29E Issue 2, p387
Academic Journal
In 1985, Lo[6] introduced the notion of edge-graceful graphs. In [2], Gayathri et al., introduced the even edge-graceful graphs. In [8], Sin-Min Lee, introduced the k-edge graceful graphs. In [3], we introduced k-even edgegraceful graphs. In this paper, we investigate the k-even edge-gracefulness of the graph Pn @ K1,m.


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