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Mathematics
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32
Citations
4,322
182
World Ranking
2417
National Ranking
16

Computer Science
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32
Citations
4,314
181
World Ranking
9356
National Ranking
11

- Combinatorics
- Graph theory
- Discrete mathematics

Combinatorics, Discrete mathematics, Edge coloring, Monochromatic color and Cograph are his primary areas of study. His work in Ramsey's theorem, Bipartite graph, Line graph, Complete bipartite graph and Pancyclic graph are all subfields of Combinatorics research. All of his Discrete mathematics and Split graph, Chordal graph, Graph, Vertex and Induced subgraph investigations are sub-components of the entire Discrete mathematics study.

His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Indifference graph and Graph coloring. András Gyárfás focuses mostly in the field of Edge coloring, narrowing it down to topics relating to List coloring and, in certain cases, Complement graph, Complete coloring and Greedy coloring. András Gyárfás works mostly in the field of Cograph, limiting it down to concerns involving Comparability graph and, occasionally, Triangle-free graph, Robertson–Seymour theorem, Universal graph and Kneser graph.

- Problems from the world surrounding perfect graphs (285 citations)
- On‐line and first fit colorings of graphs (161 citations)
- Vertex coverings by Monochromatic cycles and trees (126 citations)

András Gyárfás focuses on Combinatorics, Discrete mathematics, Graph, Monochromatic color and Hypergraph. His Ramsey's theorem, Conjecture, Vertex, Edge coloring and Vertex study are his primary interests in Combinatorics. His research integrates issues of Path, Fano plane and Integer in his study of Ramsey's theorem.

His Discrete mathematics study frequently involves adjacent topics like Graph theory. His work on Graph is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Chromatic scale. András Gyárfás works mostly in the field of Chordal graph, limiting it down to topics relating to Indifference graph and, in certain cases, Interval graph, as a part of the same area of interest.

- Combinatorics (96.91%)
- Discrete mathematics (64.95%)
- Graph (24.23%)

- Combinatorics (96.91%)
- Discrete mathematics (64.95%)
- Ramsey's theorem (17.53%)

The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Combinatorics, Discrete mathematics, Ramsey's theorem, Vertex and Hypergraph. András Gyárfás combines Combinatorics and Monochromatic color in his research. Edge coloring, Induced subgraph, Ramsey theory, List coloring and Complement graph are subfields of Discrete mathematics in which his conducts study.

His study in Induced subgraph is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Complete coloring, Fractional coloring, Greedy coloring, Graph coloring and Induced path. His biological study deals with issues like Vertex, which deal with fields such as Bijection, Diagonal and Square. In his study, Digraph is strongly linked to Conjecture, which falls under the umbrella field of Complete graph.

- Vertex covers by monochromatic pieces - A survey of results and problems (23 citations)
- Rainbow matchings in bipartite multigraphs (20 citations)
- Large Monochromatic Components in Edge Colored Graphs with a Minimum Degree Condition (8 citations)

- Combinatorics
- Graph theory
- Geometry

His primary areas of study are Combinatorics, Discrete mathematics, Graph, Vertex and Ramsey's theorem. Within one scientific family, András Gyárfás focuses on topics pertaining to Triple system under Combinatorics, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Partition. His Graph coloring, Induced path, Greedy coloring, Edge coloring and Complete coloring investigations are all subjects of Discrete mathematics research.

The Vertex study combines topics in areas such as Hypergraph and Bijection. His research in Integer intersects with topics in Multigraph and Bipartite graph. The various areas that András Gyárfás examines in his Colored graph study include Conjecture, Complete graph, Connected component and Spanning subgraph.

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Problems from the world surrounding perfect graphs

András Gyárfás.

Applicationes Mathematicae **(1987)**

359 Citations

On‐line and first fit colorings of graphs

András Gyárfás;Jenö Lehel.

Journal of Graph Theory **(1988)**

261 Citations

THE STRONG CHROMATIC INDEX OF GRAPHS

J. Faudree;R. H. Schelp;A. Gyarfas.

**(1990)**

186 Citations

Induced matchings in bipartite graphs

R. Faudree;A. Gyárfas;R. H. Schelp;Z. Tuza.

Discrete Mathematics **(1989)**

153 Citations

Vertex coverings by Monochromatic cycles and trees

P. Erdős;A. Gyárfás;L. Pyber.

Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series B **(1991)**

146 Citations

Edge colorings of complete graphs without tricolored triangles

András Gyárfás;Gábor Simony.

Journal of Graph Theory **(2004)**

129 Citations

Three-color Ramsey numbers for paths

András Gyárfás;Miklós Ruszinkó;Gábor N. Sárközy;Endre Szemerédi.

Combinatorica **(2008)**

118 Citations

The maximum number of edges in 2 K 2 -free graphs of bounded degree

F. R. K. Chung;A. Gyárfás;Z. Tuza;W. T. Trotter.

Discrete Mathematics **(1990)**

114 Citations

Covering and coloring problems for relatives of intervals

András Gyárfás;Jenö Lehel.

Discrete Mathematics **(1985)**

105 Citations

On the chromatic number of multiple interval graphs and overlap graphs

András Gyárfás.

Discrete Mathematics **(1985)**

104 Citations

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