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The complexity of obtaining a distance-balanced graph

By et al. Sergio Cabello


An unweighted, connected graph is distance-balanced (also called self-median) if there exists a number d such that, for any vertex v, the sum of the distances from v to all other vertices is d. An unweighted connected graph is strongly distancebalanced (also called distance-degree regular) if there exist numbers d1, d2, d3,... such that, for any vertex v, there are precisely dk vertices at distance k from v. We consider the following optimization problem: given a graph, add the minimum possible number of edges to obtain a (strongly) distance-balanced graph. We show that the problem is NP-hard for graphs of diameter three, thus answering the question posed by Jerebic et al. [Distance-balanced graphs; Ann. Comb. 2008]. In contrast, we show that the problem can be solved in polynomial time for graphs of diameter 2

Year: 2011
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