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The cylindrical crossing number of zero divisor graphs
M.S. Nathan,
Published in Research Publication
Volume: 9
Issue: 8
Pages: 5901 - 5908
The concept of zero divisor was started in 1988 by Beck. He intro-duced this idea to coloring a commutative ring by using simple graphs and also included zero to the set vertices of zero divisors.Few years later, that is in 1999 Anderson and Livingston applied slight modification to Beck’s definition by re-stricting the vertices set only to the nonzero zero divisors of the ring. In this paper we discuss about the cylinderical crossing number of zero divisor graphs for some graphs. © 2020, Research Publication. All rights reserved.
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JournalAdvances in Mathematics: Scientific Journal
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