eng
University of Isfahan
Transactions on Combinatorics
2251-8657
2251-8665
2012-03-01
1
1
1
6
10.22108/toc.2012.86
86
Note on edge distance-balanced graphs
M. Tavakoli
m_tavakoli@ferdowsi.um.ac.ir
1
H. Yousefi-Azari
hyousefi@ut.ac.ir
2
Ali Reza Ashrafi
ashrafi@kashanu.ac.ir
3
Edge distance-balanced graphs are graphs in which for every edge $e = uv$ the number of edges closer to vertex $u$ than to vertex $v$ is equal to the number of edges closer to $v$ than to $u$. In this paper, we study this property under some graph operations.
http://toc.ui.ac.ir/article_86_41c9776f55f12410740dfdfe4fa080ec.pdf
Edge distance-balanced
vertex distance-balanced
graph operation
eng
University of Isfahan
Transactions on Combinatorics
2251-8657
2251-8665
2012-03-01
1
1
7
13
10.22108/toc.2012.333
333
$k$-Tuple total domination and mycieleskian graphs
Adel P. Kazemi
adelpkazemi@yahoo.com
1
UMA
(University of Mohaghegh Ardabili)
Let $k$ be a positive integer. A subset $S$ of $V(G)$ in a graph $G$ is a $k$-tuple total dominating set of $G$ if every vertex of $G$ has at least $k$ neighbors in $S$. The $k$-tuple total domination number $gamma _{times k,t}(G)$ of $G$ is the minimum cardinality of a $k$-tuple total dominating set of $G$. In this paper for a given graph $G$ with minimum degree at least $k$, we find some sharp lower and upper bounds on the $k$-tuple total domination number of the $m$ -Mycieleskian graph $mu _{m}(G)$ of $G$ in terms on $k$ and $gamma _{times k,t}(G)$. Specially we give the sharp bounds $gamma _{times k,t}(G)+1$ and $gamma _{times k,t}(G)+k$ for $gamma _{times k,t}(mu _1(G))$, and characterize graphs with $gamma _{times k,t}(mu _1(G))=gamma _{times k,t}(G)+1$.
http://toc.ui.ac.ir/article_333_1c8f4a659abb4fec82b4bd7691dba941.pdf
$k$-tuple total dominating set
k-tuple total domination number
$m$-Mycieleskian graph
eng
University of Isfahan
Transactions on Combinatorics
2251-8657
2251-8665
2012-03-01
1
1
15
20
10.22108/toc.2012.482
482
Product-cordial index and friendly index of regular graphs
Wai Chee Shiu
wcshiu@hkbu.edu.hk
1
Kwong Harris
kwong@fredonia.edu
2
Hong Kong Baptist University
State University of New York at Fredonia
Let $G=(V,E)$ be a connected simple graph. A labeling $f: Vto Z_2$ induces two edge labelings $f^+, f^*: E to Z_2$ defined by $f^+(xy) = f(x)+f(y)$ and $f^*(xy) = f(x)f(y)$ for each $xy in E$. For $i in Z_2$, let $v_f(i) = |f^{-1}(i)|$, $e_{f^+}(i) = |(f^{+})^{-1}(i)|$ and $e_{f^*}(i) = |(f^*)^{-1}(i)|$. A labeling $f$ is called friendly if $|v_f(1)-v_f(0)| le 1$. For a friendly labeling $f$ of a graph $G$, the friendly index of $G$ under $f$ is defined by $i^+_f(G) = e_{f^+}(1)-e_{f^+}(0)$. The set ${i^+_f(G);|;f mbox{ is a friendly labeling of} G}$ is called the full friendly index set of $G$. Also, the product-cordial index of $G$ under $f$ is defined by $i^*_f(G) = e_{f^*}(1)-e_{f^*}(0)$. The set ${i^*_f(G);|;f mbox{ is a friendly labeling of} G}$ is called the full product-cordial index set of $G$. In this paper, we find a relation between the friendly index and the product-cordial index of a regular graph. As applications, we will determine the full product-cordial index sets of torus graphs which was asked by Kwong, Lee and Ng in 2010; and those of cycles.
http://toc.ui.ac.ir/article_482_0f0636556a2c2f345a1e9f8e54e0934d.pdf
friendly labeling
friendly index set
product-cordial index
product-cordial index set
Torus
eng
University of Isfahan
Transactions on Combinatorics
2251-8657
2251-8665
2012-03-01
1
1
21
29
10.22108/toc.2012.497
497
Minimal, vertex minimal and commonality minimal CN-dominating graphs
Anwar Saleh Alwardi
a_wardi@hotmail.com
1
N. D. Soner
ndsoner@yahoo.co.in
2
University of Mysore
University of Mysore
We define minimal CN-dominating graph $mathbf {MCN}(G)$, commonality minimal CN-dominating graph $mathbf {CMCN}(G)$ and vertex minimal CN-dominating graph $mathbf {M_{v}CN}(G)$, characterizations are given for graph $G$ for which the newly defined graphs are connected. Further serval new results are developed relating to these graphs.
http://toc.ui.ac.ir/article_497_907cf6e71495c5344706494bd6c58cf4.pdf
CN-Minimal Dominating (Graph)
commonality minimal CN-dominating (graph)
vertex minimal CN-dominating (graph)
eng
University of Isfahan
Transactions on Combinatorics
2251-8657
2251-8665
2012-03-01
1
1
31
34
10.22108/toc.2012.636
636
A note on star coloring of central graph of bipartite graph and corona graph of complete graph with path and cycle
V. J. Vernold
vernoldvivin@yahoo.in
1
M. Venkatachalam
venkatmaths@gmail.com
2
Anna University of Technology Tirunelveli
R.V.S Faculty of Engineering
In this paper, we find the star chromatic number of central graph of complete bipartite graph and corona graph of complete graph with path and cycle.
http://toc.ui.ac.ir/article_636_96d78bc268249e8f330d8a4596ed626b.pdf
central graph
corona graph
star coloring
eng
University of Isfahan
Transactions on Combinatorics
2251-8657
2251-8665
2012-03-01
1
1
35
43
10.22108/toc.2012.723
723
Complexity indices for the travelling salesman problem and data mining
Dragos Cvetković
ecvetkod@etf.rs
1
we extend our previous work on complexity indices for the travelling salesman problem (TSP), summarized in cite{CvCK3}, using graph spectral techniques of data mining. A complexity index is an invariant of an instance $I$ by which we can predict the execution time of an exact algorithm for TSP for $I$. We consider the symmetric travelling salesman problem with instances $I$ represented by complete graphs $G$ with distances between vertices (cities) as edge weights (lengths). Intuitively, the hardness of an instance $G$ depends on the distribution of short edges within $G$. Therefore we consider some short edge subgraphs of $G$ (minimal spanning tree, critical connected subgraph, and several others) as non-weighted graphs and several their invariants as potential complexity indices. Here spectral invariants (e.g. spectral radius of the adjacency matrix) play an important role since, in general, there are intimate relations between eigenvalues and the structure of a graph. Since hidden details of short edge subgraphs really determine the hardness of the instance, we use techniques of data mining to find them. In particular, spectral clustering algorithms are used including information obtained from the spectral gap in Laplacian spectra of short edge subgraphs.
http://toc.ui.ac.ir/article_723_a83c593b06f18b6cdb9a9a465d56305d.pdf
Travelling Salesman Problem
Spectral clustering algorithms
Hamiltonian cycle
eng
University of Isfahan
Transactions on Combinatorics
2251-8657
2251-8665
2012-03-01
1
1
45
51
10.22108/toc.2012.760
760
On the total domatic number of regular graphs
H. Aram
h.aram@azer.edu
1
S. M. Sheikholeslami
s.m.sheikholeslami@azaruniv.edu
2
L. Volkmann
volkm@math2.rwth-aachen.de
3
Azarbaijan University of Tarbiat Moallem
Azarbaijan University of Tarbiat Moallem
RWTH-Aachen University
A set $S$ of vertices of a graph $G=(V,E)$ without isolated vertex is a total dominating set if every vertex of $V(G)$ is adjacent to some vertex in $S$. The total domatic number of a graph $G$ is the maximum number of total dominating sets into which the vertex set of $G$ can be partitioned. We show that the total domatic number of a random $r$-regular graph is almost surely at most $r-1$, and that for 3-regular random graphs, the total domatic number is almost surely equal to 2. We also give a lower bound on the total domatic number of a graph in terms of order, minimum degree and maximum degree. As a corollary, we obtain the result that the total domatic number of an $r$-regular graph is at least $r/(3ln(r))$.
http://toc.ui.ac.ir/article_760_362cc9c41ad1def424bd149103450c49.pdf
total dominating set
total domination number
total domatic number
Regular graph