# Graph-Theoretic Concepts in Computer Science: 31st by Georg Gottlob, Martin Grohe, Nysret Musliu, Marko Samer,

By Georg Gottlob, Martin Grohe, Nysret Musliu, Marko Samer, Francesco Scarcello (auth.), Dieter Kratsch (eds.)

This booklet constitutes the completely refereed post-proceedings of the thirty first foreign Workshop on Graph-Theoretic techniques in machine technology, WG 2005, held in Metz, France in June 2005.

The 38 revised complete papers offered including 2 invited papers have been conscientiously chosen from one hundred twenty five submissions. The papers supply a wealth of recent effects for numerous periods of graphs, graph computations, graph algorithms, and graph-theoretical purposes in a number of fields. The workshop goals at uniting idea and perform by way of demonstrating how graph-theoretic options could be utilized to varied components in computing device technology, or through extracting new difficulties from functions. The target is to offer contemporary study effects and to spot and discover instructions of destiny research.

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S. , at least one vertex on each path from u to x belongs to N [v]. Observe that condition (ii) can be equivalently stated as: every induced path from u to x is intercepted by v. This relation is reﬂexive. Deﬁne an equivalence relation ∼x on V as follows. u ∼x v if there exist u1 , u2 , . . uk such that u x u1 x u2 x . . uk x v and v x uk x . . u1 x u. The equivalence classes, x-classes, induced by ∼x will be denoted by [u]x representing the class containing u. The x-class containing x is obviously a singleton.

S y (x) is a graph separator which contains at least one vertex of each edge connecting C x (p2 ) with V − C x (p2 ) because all paths between the two pass through N [y]. Therefore each component of the induced graph on V − S y (x) is either completely contained in C x (p2 ) or in V − C x (p2 ). Thus every path from C x (p2 ) to V − C x (p2 ) must touch S y (x). If N [z] contains S y (x) then all such path also touch N [z]. Therefore z also x-minimal. Let x and y be vertices in a graph. Then by |C x (y)| we denote the cardinality of C x (y) if y is not adjacent to x.

22. R. M. Wilson. Decomposition of complete graphs into subgraphs isomorphic to a given graph. In Congressus Numerantium XV, pages 647–659, 1975. Domination Search on Graphs with Low Dominating-Target-Number Divesh Aggarwal1, Shashank K. Mehta1, , and Jitender S. edu Abstract. al. [1], one in aﬃrmative and the other in negative. The two results presented here are (1) domination search number can be greater than domination-target number, (2) domination search number for asteroidal-triple-free graphs is at most 2.