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Cubicity of interval graphs and the claw number

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Cubicity of interval graphs and the claw number
Let G(V, E) be a simple, undirected graph where V is the set of vertices and E is the set of edges. A b-dimensional cube is a Cartesian product I1 × I2 × · · · × Ib, where each Ii is a closed interval of unit length on the real line. The cubicity of G, denoted by cub(G) is the minimum positive integer b such that the vertices in G can be mapped to axis parallel b-dimensional cubes in such a way that two vertices are adjacent in G if and only if their assigned cubes intersect. An interval graph is a graph that can be represented as the intersection of intervals on the real line - i.e., the vertices of an interval graph can be mapped to intervals on the real line such that two vertices are adjacent if and only if their corresponding intervals overlap. Suppose S(m) denotes a star graph on m + 1 nodes. We define claw number ψ(G) of the graph to be the largest positive integer m such that S(m) is an induced subgraph of G. It can be easily shown that the cubicity of any graph is at l...
Abhijin Adiga, L. Sunil Chandran
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where JGT
Authors Abhijin Adiga, L. Sunil Chandran
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