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location | Brazil | |
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Feb 4 |
comment |
Making a graph claw-free by adding as few edges as possible
I have no clue, but it is definitely harder that the general case. |
Feb 4 |
comment |
Making a graph claw-free by adding as few edges as possible
It is hard to know how common they are, but it is easy to find many graphs with a "hidden star" like the idea above, implying large gaps between the original graph and the augmentation. |
Feb 4 |
awarded | Yearling |
Feb 3 |
revised |
Making a graph claw-free by adding as few edges as possible
Typo |
Feb 3 |
answered | Making a graph claw-free by adding as few edges as possible |
Jan 31 |
answered | Upper-bound for maximal-cliques on perfect graphs |
Jan 10 |
awarded | Editor |
Jan 10 |
revised |
Careers advice for Ph.D.s without current postdocs or university jobs
added 12 characters in body |
Jan 10 |
answered | Careers advice for Ph.D.s without current postdocs or university jobs |
Nov 16 |
answered | Are there any non-planar graphs containing only K(3,3) as a subgraph that are not 4-colourable? |
Feb 29 |
awarded | Supporter |
Feb 2 |
answered | Bounds on number of simple paths in graph |
Oct 18 |
comment |
Decomposition of graphs as symmetric differences of copies of $K_{a,b}$
I found your idea of decomposition very interesting. A similar idea would be to consider just complete graphs instead of bipartite complete graphs. Finally, you should consider posting this question on cstheory Q&A site. Maybe you can have more luck finding an answer there. |
Sep 19 |
awarded | Teacher |
Sep 2 |
answered | Have this subclass of split graphs been studied before? |