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Factors and factorizations of graphs

proof techniques in factor theory

by J. Akiyama

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Published by Springer Verlag in Heidelberg, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Factors (Algebra),
  • Factorization (Mathematics),
  • Graph theory

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJin Akiyama, Mikio Kano
    SeriesLecture notes in mathematics -- 2031, Lecture notes in mathematics (Springer-Verlag) -- 2031.
    ContributionsKanō, Mikio, 1949-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA161.F3 A35 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 353 p. :
    Number of Pages353
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25058857M
    ISBN 103642219187
    ISBN 109783642219184, 9783642219191
    LC Control Number2011932316
    OCLC/WorldCa731922725

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Factors and factorizations of graphs by J. Akiyama Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book chronicles the development of graph factors and factorizations. It pursues a comprehensive approach, addressing most of the important results from hundreds of findings over the last century.

One of the main themes is the observation that many theorems can be proved using only a few standard proof cturer: Springer.

This book chronicles the development of graph factors and factorizations. It pursues a comprehensive approach, addressing most of the important results from hundreds of findings over the last century. One of the main themes is the observation that Factors and factorizations of graphs book theorems can be proved using only a few standard proof by: This book chronicles the development of graph factors and factorizations.

It pursues a comprehensive approach, addressing most of the important results from hundreds of findings over the last century.

One of the main themes is the observation that many theorems can be proved using only a few standard proof techniques. Introduction This book chronicles the development of graph factors and factorizations. It pursues a comprehensive approach, addressing most of the important results from hundreds of findings over the last century.

One of the main themes is the observation that many theorems can be proved using only a few standard proof techniques. springer, This book chronicles the development of graph factors and factorizations. It pursues a comprehensive approach, addressing most of the important results from hundreds of findings over the last century.

One of the main themes is the observation that many theorems can be proved using only a few standard proof techniques.

This stands in marked contrast to the seemingly countless, complex. Factors and Factorizations of Graphs (Proof Techniques in Factor Theory) This book chronicles the development of graph factors and factorizations. It pursues a comprehensive approach, addressing most of the important results from hundreds of findings over the last century.

In the most general sense, a factor of a graph G is just a spanning subgraph of G and a graph factorization of G is a partition of the edges of G into factors. However, as we shall see in the present paper, even this extremely general definition does not capture all the factor and factorization problems that have been studied in graph theory.

Abstract A degree factor of a graph is either an r ‐factor (regular of degree r) or an [m, n]‐factor (with each degree between m and n). In a component factor, each component is a prescribed graph. Both kinds of factors are surveyed, and also corresponding factorizations.

In graph theory, a factor of a graph G is a spanning subgraph, i.e., a subgraph that has the same vertex set as G.A k-factor of a graph is a spanning k-regular subgraph, and a k-factorization partitions the edges of the graph into disjoint k-factors.A graph G is said to be k-factorable if it admits a particular, a 1-factor is a perfect matching, and a 1-factorization of a k.

Factors and factorizations occur as building blocks in the theory of designs in a number of places. Our approach owes as much to design theory as it does to graph theory. It is expected that nearly all readers will have some background in the theory of graphs, such as an advanced undergraduate course in Graph Theory or Applied Graph Theory.

A decomposition of G into H -factors is called an H -factorization of G and we denote it by H ∥ G. A Hamiltonian decomposition of G is a C -factorization of G, where C is a Hamiltonian cycle in G. Factorizations of graphs are well studied in the literature (see the surveys [, ] and the book.

Title: Created Date: 5/23/ PM. The decomposition of a graph into edge-disjoint spanning subgraphs of a special form. In the general case a factor is a spanning subgraph with a given property. An example of such a property is regularity. A regular spanning subgraph of degree $k$ is called a $k$-factor; a $1$-factor.

the foundation of the study of factors and factorizations. K¨onig’s theorem was the result of a conscious effort to answer a graph theory problem: Does every bipartite regular graph have a 1-factor. It seems that, at that time, K¨onig already had a good idea of how graph factors could be applied.

Book of Factors and Factorizations of Graphs This book was published by Springer (LNM vol) in July (Approximately pages) Jin Akiyama and Mikio Kano. The smallest open case is currently graphs of order 12; one-factorizations of r-regular graphs of order 12 are here classified for r less than or equal to 6 and r = 10, bound for the number of distinct 1-factorizations of such graphs G which is off by a factor of 2 in the base of the exponent from the known upper bound.

This lower bound is better by a factor of 2nd/2 than the previously best known lower bounds, even in the simplest case where Gis the complete graph. Our proofs are probabilistic and. Factorizations of almost simple groups with a solvable factor, and Cayley graphs of solvable groups.

Factorizations of almost simple groups with a solvable factor, and Cayley graphs of solvable groups. By Cai Heng Li and Binzhou Xia. Download PDF ( KB) Abstract. A classification is given for factorizations of almost simple groups with.

Pre-Algebra > Factors and Primes > Factorizations Page 1 of 2. Factorizations. OK, that is a really big word. Don't worry -- we're just going to be listing out the factors of stuff. So, to find all the factors. An -factorization of a graph.

is a partition of the edge set of. into spanning subgraphs (or factors) each of whose components are isomorphic to a graph. Let. be the Cartesian product of the cycles. with. for each. El-Zanati and Eynden proved that.

has a -factorization, where. is a cycle of length. if and only if. with. We extend. A Graph Invariant and 2-factorizations of a graph Xie Yingtai Chengdu University ([email protected]) Abstract A spanning subgraph of a graph G is called a [0,2]-factor of G, if 0 () 2dddx for x V G().

is a union of some disjoint cycles, paths and isolate vertices, that span the graph G. It.On one-factorizations of complete graphs - Volume 16 Issue 2 - W. D. Wallis. To send this article to your Kindle, first ensure [email protected] is added to your Approved Personal Document E-mail List under your Personal Document Settings on the Manage Your Content and Devices page of your Amazon account.transitive Cayley graphs of solvable groups (Theorem ), leading to a striking corollary: Except the cycles, every non-bipartite connected 3-arc-transitive Cayley graph of a solvable group is a cover of the Petersen graph or the Hoffman-Singleton graph.

Factorizations of almost simple groups.