# 3-TRANSITIVE DIGRAPHS

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Consider an arc-colored digraph. A set of vertices N is a kernel by monochromatic paths if all pairs of distinct vertices of N have no monochromatic directed path between them and if for every vertex v not in N there exists n âˆˆ N such that there is a monochromatic directed path from v to n....

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An i-chord of a cycle or path is an edge whose endpoints are a distance i â‰¥ 2 apart along the cycle or path. Motivated by many standard graph classes being describable by the existence of chords, we investigate what happens when i-chords are required for specific values of i. Results...

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Given a graph G, the m-step graph of G, denoted by S( G), has the same vertex set as G and an edge between two distinct vertices u and v if there is a walk of length m from u to v. The line graph of G, denoted by L( G), is a graph such that the vertex set of L( G) is the edge set of G and two...

- An Algorithm to Detect Cycle in an Undirected Graph. Kumar, Anand; Jani, N. N. // International Journal of Computational Intelligence Research;2010, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p305
This paper presents a novel algorithm to detect cycles in a graph. The graph may be of any type. Cycles are available in a graph and in much real life application; it is required to know the existence of cycles in a graph. This algorithm is developed in the context of network design problem but...

- The Spectrum of Tetrahedral Quadruple Systems. Wang, Jian; Liang, Miao; Du, Beiliang // Graphs & Combinatorics;Jul2011, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p593
n ordered analogue of quadruple systems is tetrahedral quadruple systems. A tetrahedral quadruple system of order v and index Î», TQS( v, Î»), is a pair $${(S, \mathcal{T})}$$ where S is a finite set of v elements and $${\mathcal{T}}$$ is a family of oriented tetrahedrons of elements of S...

- FINITE TOPOLOGIES AND DIGRAPHS. MARIJUÁN, CARLOS // Proyecciones - Journal of Mathematics;2010, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p291
In this paper we study the relation between finite topologies and digraphs. We associate a digraph to a topology by means of the "specialization" relation between points in the topology. Reciprocally, we associate a topology to each digraph, taking the sets of vertices adjacent (in the digraph)...

- TREES WITH EQUAL 2-DOMINATION AND 2-INDEPENDENCE NUMBERS. Chellali, Mustapha; Meddah, Nacéra // Discussiones Mathematicae: Graph Theory;2012, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p263
Let G = (V,E) be a graph. A subset S of V is a 2-dominating set if every vertex of V - S is dominated at least 2 times, and S is a 2-independent set of G if every vertex of S has at most one neighbor in S. The minimum cardinality of a 2-dominating set a of G is the 2-domination number Î³2(G)...