Meysam Alishahi

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Let G be a graph. A proper vertex coloring of G is said to be a dynamic coloring if for every v ∈ V (G) of degree at least 2, the neighbors of v receive at least two different colors. The smallest integer k such that G has a dynamic k-coloring is called the dynamic chromatic number of G and is denoted by χ2(G). It was conjectured that if G is an r-regular(More)
A dynamic coloring of a graph G is a proper coloring such that for every vertex v ∈ V (G) of degree at least 2, the neighbors of v receive at least 2 colors. In this paper we present some upper bounds for the dynamic chromatic number of graphs. In this regard, we shall show that there is a constant c such that for every k-regular graph G, χd(G) ≤ χ(G) + c(More)
This paper deals with two problems about splitting fairly a path with colored vertices, where “fairly” means that each part contains almost the same amount of vertices in each color. Our first result states that it is possible to remove one vertex per color from a path with colored vertices so that the remaining vertices can be fairly split into two(More)
There are several topological results ensuring in any properly colored graph the existence of a colorful complete bipartite subgraph, whose order is bounded from below by some topological invariants of some topological spaces associated to the graph. Meunier [Electron. J. Combin., 2014] presented the first colorful type result for uniform hypergraphs. In(More)