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A coloring of the vertices of a graph G is convex if, for each assigned color d, the vertices with color d induce a connected subgraph of G. We address the convex recoloring problem, defined as follows. Given a graph G and a coloring of its vertices, recolor a minimum number of vertices of G, so that the resulting coloring is convex. This problem is known… (More)

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