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The Bipartite-Splittance of a Bipartite Graph

By Yin Jian-Hua and Guan Jing-Xin


A bipartite-split graph is a bipartite graph whose vertex set can be partitioned into a complete bipartite set and an independent set. The bipartite- splittance of an arbitrary bipartite graph is the minimum number of edges to be added or removed in order to produce a bipartite-split graph. In this paper, we show that the bipartite-splittance of a bipartite graph depends only on the degree sequence pair of the bipartite graph, and an easily computable formula for it is derived. As a corollary, a simple characterization of the degree sequence pair of bipartite-split graphs is also given

Topics: degree sequence pair, bipartite-split graph, bipartite-splittance, 05C07, Mathematics, QA1-939
Publisher: Sciendo
Year: 2019
DOI identifier: 10.7151/dmgt.2057
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