I want to learn graph minor theory. Now i have read the very basic things and the overview from the book of R.Diestel but proceeding further is getting difficult. Currently, I am also following the video lectures by Jim Geelan on graph minor theory.

Please suggest more books/monographs/lecture notes on graph minor theory. In case there is none, please suggest a systematic way to learn the concepts.

I posted the same question here, but not sure if it reached the right community.


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