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JGT
2010
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13 years 2 months ago
Crossing numbers of imbalanced graphs
The crossing number, cr(G), of a graph G is the least number of crossing points in any drawing of G in the plane. According to the Crossing Lemma of Ajtai, Chv´atal, Newborn, Sze...
János Pach, József Solymosi, G&aacut...
DCG
2008
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13 years 4 months ago
Odd Crossing Number and Crossing Number Are Not the Same
The crossing number of a graph is the minimum number of edge intersections in a plane drawing of a graph, where each intersection is counted separately. If instead we count the nu...
Michael J. Pelsmajer, Marcus Schaefer, Daniel Stef...
ALGORITHMICA
2011
12 years 11 months ago
Crossing Number and Weighted Crossing Number of Near-Planar Graphs
A nonplanar graph G is near-planar if it contains an edge e such that G−e is planar. The problem of determining the crossing number of a near-planar graph is exhibited from diffe...
Sergio Cabello, Bojan Mohar
GD
2006
Springer
13 years 8 months ago
Planar Decompositions and the Crossing Number of Graphs with an Excluded Minor
Tree decompositions of graphs are of fundamental importance in structural and algorithmic graph theory. Planar decompositions generalise tree decompositions by allowing an arbitrar...
David R. Wood, Jan Arne Telle
GD
2005
Springer
13 years 10 months ago
Odd Crossing Number Is Not Crossing Number
The crossing number of a graph is the minimum number of edge intersections in a plane drawing of a graph, where each intersection is counted separately. If instead we count the nu...
Michael J. Pelsmajer, Marcus Schaefer, Daniel Stef...