By Martin Charles Golumbic
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K„: C„: P„: K^„: the complete graph on n vertices or n-clique. the chordless cycle on n vertices or n-cycle. the chordless path graph on n vertices or n-path. the complete bipartite graph on m -\- n vertices partitioned into an m-stable set and an n-stable set. Ki„:thQ star graph on n -h 1 vertices. mK„: m disjoint copies of iC„. There is obviously some overlap with these names. For example, ^3 = C3 is called a triangle. Notice also that C4 = 2K2 and K„„ = 2K„. 2. Intersection Graphs Let #^ be a family of nonempty sets.
3. 4. Initialize bit vector: <^i, ^2' • • » ^«> ^ <0, 0, . . , 0> Scan Adj(y,) assigning: bj <«- 1 for each Vj e Adj(f,) Set SortedAdjCi;,) <- 0 Scan bit vector: for7 -«- 1 to n do if bj = 1 then CONCATENATE Vj to SortedAdj(z;f) If this were done for all adjacency sets, it would require O(n^) steps which is superlinear for sparse graphs. Happily, there is yet another method for ordering the adjacency lists, which turns out to be linear. f) are not created separately, but rather, simultaneously.
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Algorithmic Graph Theory and Perfect Graphs by Martin Charles Golumbic