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A characterization of graphs with interval two-step graphs

J. Richard Lundgren

A characterization of graphs with interval two-step graphs

by J. Richard Lundgren

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

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  • GRAPHS

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    One of the intriguing open problems on competition graphs is determining what digraphs have interval competition graphs. In this paper we consider this problem for the class of loopless symmetric digraphs. Here we first consider forbidden subgraph characterizations of graphs with interval two- step graphs. We then characterize a large class of graphs with interval two-step graphs, using the Fulkerson-Gross characterization of interval graphs. Interval graphs, Competition graphs, Step graphs.

    Edition Notes

    Other titlesNPS-MA-93-021.
    Statementby J. Richard Lundgren, Sarah K. Merz, John S. Maybee, Craig W. Rasmussen
    ContributionsMerz, Sarah K., Maybee, John Stanley, Rasmussen, Craig W., Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.). Dept. of Mathematics
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. :
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25474990M

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A characterization of graphs with interval two-step graphs by J. Richard Lundgren Download PDF EPUB FB2

One of the intriguing open problems on competition graphs is determining what digraphs have interval competition graphs. This problem originated in th Cited by: 5.

A characterization of graphs with interval two-step graphs Dedicated to Professor John Maybee on the occasion of his 65th birthday. Author links open overlay panel d Lundgren Sarah K. Merz John S. Maybee Craig W. RasmussenCited by: 5.

characterization of trees with an interval two-step graph has already been provided, we consider that searching a graph for a forbidden subgraph is not necessarily an easy task. If we can find the maximal cliques of the two- step graph in the original graph easily, we can then use known linear-time.

This work was motivated by a paper of Raychaudhuri and Roberts [20] where they investigated symmetric digraphs with a loop at each vertex.

Under these assumptions, the competition graph is the square of the underlying graph H without loops. Here we will first consider forbidden subgraph characterizations of graphs with interval two-step graphs.

Second, we will characterize a large class of graphs with interval two-step graphs. Calhoun: The NPS Institutional Archive Faculty and Researcher Publications Faculty and Researcher Publications A Characterization of Graphs With.

The competition graph of a symmetric digraph D is the two-step graph of the underlying graph H of D, denoted S2 (H). The two-step graph is also known as the neighborhood graph, and has been studied recently by Brigham and Dutton and by Boland, Brigham and Dutton.

Approved for public release; distribution is of the intriguing open problems on competition graphs is determining what digraphs have interval competition graphs. In this paper we consider this problem for the class of loopless symmetric digraphs.

In this paper we give a similar characterization on the proper interval graphs using the akin concept of an astral triple. Introduction The class of interval graphs (the intersection graphs of intervals on a line) is one of the best known in the graph theory and has numerous applications in many by: One of the first characterizations of interval graphs, given by Lekkerkerker and Boland (), uses the concept of an asteroidal triple.

In this paper we give a similar characterization on the proper interval graphs using the akin concept of an astral by: Interval graphs are characterized as those graphs whose clique matrices satisfy the consecutive 1's property for columns.

One may apply this characterization to a recognition algorithm for interval graphs G + (V, E) in a two-step process. Booth and Leuker have shown that this step.

The graph thus constructed is called an interval graph. Definition An “interval graph” is the graph showing intersecting intervals on a line. So, we associate a set of intervals E= E1,En on a line with the interval graph G=(V,E), where V= 1,n and two vertices, x and y, are linked by an edge if and only if Ex Ey.

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