Bradford Greening

Learn More
In this paper, we study the sub-coloring and hypo-coloring problems on interval graphs. These problems have applications in job scheduling and distributed computing and can be used as " subroutines " for other combinatorial optimization problems. In the sub-coloring problem, given a graph G, we want to partition the vertices of G into minimum number of(More)
Indirect benefits to individual fitness in social species can be influenced by a variety of behavioral factors. Behaviors which support the fitness of kin provide indirect benefits in the form of evolutionary success of relatives. Further, individuals may obtain additional indirect benefits via participation in a well-organized social environment. Building(More)
A predominant benefit of social living is the ability to share knowledge that cannot be gained through the information an individual accumulates based on its personal experience alone. Traditional computational models have portrayed sharing knowledge through interactions among members of social groups via dyadic networks. Such models aim at understanding(More)
  • 1