Mária Timková

Mária Timková
Technical University of Kosice - Technicka univerzita v Kosiciach · Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics

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A graph G is perihamiltonian if G itself is non-hamiltonian, yet every edge-contracted subgraph of G is hamiltonian. These graphs form a superclass of the hypohamiltonian graphs. By applying a recent result of Wiener on path-critical graphs, we prove the existence of infinitely many perihamiltonian graphs of connectivity k for any k ≥ 2. We also sh...
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The H-force number of a hamiltonian graph G is the smallest number k with the property that there exists a set W ⊆ V (G), |W| = k, such that each cycle passing through all vertices of W is hamiltonian. In this paper, we determine the H-force number of circulant graphs.
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A graph \(G\) is called hypohamiltonian if \(G\) is not hamiltonian, but \(G-x\) is hamiltonian for each vertex \(x\) of \(G\). We present a list of 331 forbidden configurations which do not appear in hypohamiltonian graphs.
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The H-force number of a hamiltonian graph G is the smallest number k with the property that there exists a set W ⊆ V (G), |W| = k, such that each cycle passing through all vertices of W is hamiltonian. In this paper, we determine the H-force numbers of distance graphs with two parameters.
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The H-force number of a hamiltonian graph G is the smallest number k with the property that there exists a set W ⊆ V (G) with |W| = k such that each cycle passing through all vertices of W is a hamiltonian cycle. In this paper, we determine the H-force numbers of generalized dodecahedra.

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