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If it is known that a graph is planar, how do we find a planar representation of the graph?

Is there any method other than trial and error?

Thanks a lot.

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The title of this thesis looks promising: "Algorithms for Drawing Planar Graphs". – draks ... Apr 1 '12 at 17:51

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