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- C. Charpentier
- 2014

The square G of a graph G is the graph obtained from G by adding an edge between every pair of vertices having a common neighbor. A proper coloring of G is also called a 2-distance coloring of G. The maximum average degree Mad(G) of a graph G is the maximum among the average degrees of the subgraphs of G, i.e. Mad(G) = max { 2|E(H)| V (H) |H ⊆ G } . Graphs… (More)

- Clément Charpentier, Mickaël Montassier, André Raspaud
- J. Comb. Optim.
- 2013

- Clément Charpentier, Éric Sopena
- IWOCA
- 2013

An incidence of a graph G is a pair (v, e) where v is a vertex of G and e an edge incident to v. Two incidences (v, e) and (w, f) are adjacent whenever v = w, or e = f , or vw = e or f . The incidence coloring game [S.D. Andres, The incidence game chromatic number, Discrete Appl. Math. 157 (2009), 1980–1987] is a variation of the ordinary coloring game… (More)

- Clément Charpentier, Éric Sopena
- J. Discrete Algorithms
- 2015

The incidence coloring game has been introduced in [S.D. Andres, The incidence game chromatic number, Discrete Appl. Math. 157 (2009), 1980– 1987] as a variation of the ordinary coloring game. The incidence game chromatic number ιg(G) of a graph G is the minimum number of colors for which Alice has a winning strategy when playing the incidence coloring game… (More)

- T. Kyrychenko, G. Dubynska, +497 authors E.C. Joao
- 2012

Coding Guide Example: MOAA01 (Weekday) MO (Session type) AA (Session order) 01 Weekdays: SU (Sunday), MO (Monday), TU (Tuesday), WE (Wednesday), TH (Thursday), FR (Friday) Session types: oral abstract sessions AA (Track A), AB (Track B), AC (Track C), AD (Track D), AE (Track E), AX (Cross-Track), LBA (Late Breaker Track A), LBB (Late Breaker Track B), LBC… (More)

- Clément Charpentier
- Discrete Mathematics
- 2017

We denote by χg(G) the game chromatic number of a graph G, which is the smallest number of colors Alice needs to win the coloring game on G. We know from Montassier et al. [M. Montassier, P. Ossona de Mendez, A. Raspaud and X. Zhu, Decomposing a graph into forests, J. Graph Theory Ser. B, 102(1):38-52, 2012] and, independantly, from Wang and Zhang, [Y. Wang… (More)

- Clément Charpentier, Sylvain Gravier, Thomas Lecorre
- J. Comb. Optim.
- 2017

- Clément Charpentier, Mickaël Montassier, André Raspaud
- Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics
- 2011

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