On Polar, Trivially Perfect Graphs
AbstractDuring the last decades, different types of decompositions have been processed in the field of graph theory. In various problems, for example in the construction of recognition algorithms, frequently appears the so-called weakly decomposition of graphs.Polar graphs are a natural extension of some classes of graphs like bipartite graphs, split graphs and complements of bipartite graphs. Recognizing a polar graph is known to be NP-complete. For this class of graphs, polynomial algorithms for the maximum stable set problem are unknown and algorithms for the dominating set problem are also NP-complete.In this paper we characterize the polar graphs using the weakly decomposition, give a polynomial time algorithm for recognizing graphs that are both trivially perfect and polar, and directly calculate the domination number. For the stability number and clique number, we give polynomial time algorithms.
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