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#### Graph-theoretical versus topological ends of graphs

We compare the notions of an end that exist in the graph-theoretical
and, independently, in the topological literature. These notions
conflict except for locally finite graphs, and we show how each
can be expressed in the context of the other. We find that the
topological ends of a graph are precisely the undominated of its
graph-theoretical ends, and that graph-theoretical ends have a
simple topological description generalizing the definition of
a topological end.

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