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J. Bang-Jensen, J. Huang Convex-round graphs are circular-perfect J. Graph Theory 40, No.3, 182-194 (2002) |
1303 |
X. Zhu Circular perfect graphs J. Graph Theory 48 186-209 (2005) |
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1305 |
M.U. Gerber, V.V. Lozin Robust algorithms for the stable set problem Graphs and Combin., to appear |
1306 |
M.U. Gerber, A. Hertz, V.V. Lozin Stable sets in two subclasses of banner-free graphs Discrete Appl. Math. 132 121-136 (2004) |
1307 |
M.U. Gerber, A. Hertz, D. Schindl P_5-free graphs and the maximum stable set problem Discrete Appl. Math. 132 109-119 (2004) |
1308 |
Maw-Shang Chang, Ton Kloks, Dieter Kratsch, Kiping Liu, Sheng-Lung Peng On the recognition of probe graphs of some self-complementary classes of perfect graphs COCOON 2005, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 3595, 808-817 (2005) |
1309 |
Van Bang Le, H.N. de Ridder Probe split graphs Accepted for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, 2005 |
1310 |
Chinh T. Hoang, Van Bang Le P_4-free colorings and P_4-bipartite graphs DMTCS 4 109-122 (2001) |
1311 |
Andreas Brandstaedt, Van Bang Le Structure and linear time recognition of 3-leaf powers Accepted for Inform. Process. Lett. |
1312 |
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1313 |
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1314 |
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1317 |
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1318 | Put vertical edges in one forest and horizontal edges in the other. (Communicated by P. Ochem) |
1319 | The edges incident to "old" vertices form a star-forest and the remaining edges (incident to two 2-vertices) form a matching. (Communicated by P. Ochem) |
1320 |
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1323 |
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G. Duran, A. Gravano, R.M. McConnell, J. Spinrad, A. Tucker Polynomial time recognition of unit circular arc graphs Journal of Algorithms 58, No.1 67-78 (2006) |
1325 |
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D.B. Chandler, M-S Chang, T. Kloks, J. Liu, S-L Peng Recognition of probe cographs and partitioned probe distance hereditary graphs Proceedings of AAIM 2006, LNCS 4041 267-278 (2006) |
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D.B. Chandler, M-S Chang, T. Kloks, J. Liu, S-L Peng Partitioned probe comparability graphs Proceedings of WG 2006, LNCS 4271 179-190 (2006) |
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D.B. Chandler, M-S Chang, A.J.J. Kloks, J. Liu, S-L Peng On probe permutation graphs Proceedings of TAMC 2006, LNCS 3959 494-504 (2006) |
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A. Bretscher, D.G. Corneil, M. Habib, C. Paul A simple linear time LexBFS cograph recognition algorithm Proceedings of WG2003, LNCS 2880 119-130 (2003) |
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D.E. Brown, J.R. Lundgren, C. Miller Variations on interval graphs Congr. Numerantium 149 77-95 (2001) |
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1341 |
Min Chih Lin, Jayme L. Szwarcfiter Faster recognition of clique-Helly and hereditary clique-Helly graphs Information Processing Letters 103 40-43 (2007) |
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H.S. Chao, F.R. Hsu, R.C.T. Lee An Optimal Algorithm for Finding the Minimum Cardinality Dominating Set on Permutation Graphs Discrete Appl. Math. 102, No.3 159-173 (2000) ZMath 1052.90095 |
1343 |
Van Bang Le, H.N. de Ridder Characterisations and linear-time recognition of probe cographs Accepted for WG 2007 |
1344 |
Daniel Bayer Ueber probe trivially-perfect und probe-Cographen Diplomarbeit, Universitaet Rostock 2006 |
1345 |
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1347 |
J. Enright, L. Stewart Subtree filament graphs are subtree overlap graphs Information Proc. Letters Vol. 104 Nr.6 228-232 (2007) |
1348 | Subtree overlap graphs are string graphs by the following construction: for each subtree, draw a string around the subtree such that if subtree A is contained in subtree B, then string A is closer to the tree model than string B (then string A and string B do not intersect). If subtree A and subtree B are disjoint then their corresponding string do not intersect. If subtree A and subtree B overlap then their corresponding string intersect. (P. Ochem) |
1349 |
V.L. Lozin, M. Milanic On finding augmenting graphs Rutcor Research Report 28-2005 http://rutcor.rutgers.edu/pub/rrr/reports2005/38_2005.pdfTo appear in Discrete Appl. Math. |
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V.E. Alekseev On easy and hard hereditary classes of graphs with respect to the independent set problem Discrete Appl. Math. 132, No.1-3 17-26 (2003) |
1351 |
V.E. Alekseev, V.V. Lozin Augmenting graphs for independent sets Discrete Appl. Math. 145, No.1 3-10 (2004) |
1352 |
R. Mosca Independent sets in certain P_6-free graphs Discrete Applied Math. 92 177-191 (1999) |
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A. Brandstaedt, C.T. Hoang On clique separators, nearly chordal graphs, and the Maximum Weight Stable Set Problem Theoretical Comp. Sci. 389, No.1-2, 295-306 (2007) |
1354 |
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1355 |
D.B. Chandler, M-S Chang, T. Kloks, V.B. Le, S-L Peng Probe ptolemaic graphs Discrete Appl. Math. 157 No.12, 2611-2619 (2009) |
1356 |
A. Brandstaedt, V.B. Le, D. Rautenbach A forbidden subgraph characterization of distance-hereditary 5-leaf powers Discrete Math. 309 3843-3852 (2009) |
1357 |
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D.B. Chandler, J. Guo, T. Kloks, R. Niedermeier Probe matrix problem: Totally balanced matrices Proceedings of AAIM 2007, LNCS 4508 368-377 (2007) |
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Y. Wu, W. Zang, C-Q Zhang A characterization of almost CIS graphs Rutcor Research Report RRR 01-2009 http://rutcor.rutgers.edu/pub/rrr/reports2009/01_2009.pdf |
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1363 | Forbidden classes generated from the definition by computer search (H.N. de Ridder; an error corrected by M.D. Safe). |
1364 |
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1365 |
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1371 | Consider the "unsubdivided" planar graph and put its vertices horizontally according to a weak bar visibility representation, then put vertically the pairs of subdivision vertices. (P. Ochem, personal communication) |
1372 | Straightforward (P. Ochem, personal communication) |
1373 |
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1377 | A graph G is a line graph iff it is the EPT graph of a star. |
1378 |
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Let T = (V, E) be a tree, and P a collection of subpaths of the tree. An
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path --- the source/sink for this commodity are located at the endpoints
of the path. Moreover in multicommodity flow we think more directly of
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capacities, we either can route 0 or 1 unit of each commodity, and the
commodities for which we chose to route 1 unit of flow must be
edge-disjoint, or else we'll violate an edge capacity.) This integral
flow is the same as an independent set in the intersection graph (P, F)
where {p1, p2} is in F iff p1 and p2 share an edge. An EPT graph is
exactly an intersection graph of this type. So given an EPT graph (P, F) along with its tree-representation (T=(V,E), P), we can find a max-weight independent set in polytime via Theorem 5 of
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1383 | Every maximal independent set is a minimal dominating set. |
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1388 | To construct a circle model for a distance-hereditary graph, add a chord near the endpoint of an existing chord, crossing it, for adding a pendant vertex; replace a chord by two parallel chords for adding false twin; and replace chord by two crossing chords for adding true twins. |
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1391 | Halin graphs, outerplanar graphs are a proper subclass of Boxicity 2 graphs as Halin graphs, outerplanar graphs are all planar but Boxicity 2 graphs include large complete graphs. (Mathew C. Francis) |
1392 | Because the 2-subdivision of a graph replaces every edge by a P_{4} . |
1393 | Because the comparability graph of a height 2 poset is a bipartite graph. |
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1397 | Assign every maximal clique C a point p_{C} on the real line and every vertex v a set of intervals on the real line, one interval for every maximal clique B containing v, such that the interval contains precisely p_{B}. |
1398 | Every maximal outerplanar graph is a triangulation of a polygon. |
1399 |
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