Minimum dominating cycles in 2-trees
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We consider the class of 2-trees and present a linear time algorithm for finding minimum dominating cycles of such graphs. We stress the use of a particular representation of these graphs called a recursive representation, and some linear operations on directed trees associated with these graphs.
Key wordsGraph theory algorithm 2-tree domination Hamiltonian cycle
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