Simultaneous representation of interval and interval-containment orders
Received: 31 August 1996 Accepted: 01 November 1996 DOI:
Cite this article as: Tanenbaum, P.J. Order (1996) 13: 339. doi:10.1007/BF00405593 Abstract
We characterize the
polysemic interval pairs—pairs of posets that admit simultaneous interval and interval-containment representations—and present algorithms to recoginze them and construct polysemic interval representations. Mathematics Subject Classifications (1991) 06A07 68U05 Key words polysemy interval orders interval containment orders
This work, supported in part by NSF grant CCR-9300079, also appears in the author's doctoral thesis , written at the Johns Hopkins University under the supervision of Professors Edward R. Scheinerman and Michael T. Goodrich.
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