Combinatorics and Graph Theory


Probe Graph Classes

Authors: D. B. Chandler, M.-S. Chang, T. Kloks, J. Liu, S.-L. Peng

Let GG be a class of graphs. A graph G is a probe graph of GG if its vertex set can be partitioned into a set P of `probes' and an independent set N of `nonprobes' such that G can be embedded into a graph of GG by adding edges between certain nonprobes. In this book we investigate probe graphs of various classes of graphs.

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