The chromatic class and the chromatic number of the planar conjugated triangulation

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Malinina, Natalia;
(2013)
  • Subject: Computer Science - Discrete Mathematics | 05Cxx (primary), 68Rxx (secondary) | F.2.2
    arxiv: Computer Science::Discrete Mathematics | Computer Science::Computational Geometry | Mathematics::Combinatorics

This material is dedicated to the estimation of the chromatic number and chromatic class of the conjugated triangulation (first conversion) and also of the second conversion of the planar triangulation. Also this paper introduces some new hypotheses, which are equivalen... View more
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