# Zsolt Tuza

• Discrete Mathematics
• 1992
of the following general problem on vertex colorings of graphs. Suppose that some vertices of a graph G are assigned to some colors. Can this precoloring be extended to a proper coloring of G with at most k colors (for some given k)? This question was motivated by practical problems in scheduling and VLSI theory. Here we investigate its complexity status(More)
• Electr. J. Comb.
• 2008
An edge-colored graph G is rainbow connected if any two vertices are connected by a path whose edges have distinct colors. The rainbow connection number of a connected graph G, denoted rc(G), is the smallest number of colors that are needed in order to make G rainbow connected. In this paper we prove several non-trivial upper bounds for rc(G), as well as(More)
• Journal of Graph Theory
• 1986
Let F = {F,, . . .} be a given class of forbidden graphs. A graph G is called F-saturated if no F, E F is a subgraph of G but the addition of an arbitrary new edge gives a forbidden subgraph. In this paper the minimal number of edges in F-saturated graphs is examined. General estimations are given and the structure of minimal graphs is described for some(More)
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• Journal of Graph Theory
• 1991
A vertex set Y in a (hyperbraph is called k-independent if in the sub(hyper)graph induced by Y every vertex is incident to less than k edges. We prove a lower bound for the maximum cardinality of a k-independent set-in terms of degree sequences-which strengthens and generalizes several previously known results, including Turin's theorem.
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• Discrete Mathematics
• 1997
A graph G is (a, b)-choosable if for any assignment of a list of a colors to each of its vertices there is a subset of b colors of each list so that subsets corresponding to adjacent vertices are disjoint. It is shown that for every graph G, the minimum ratio a/b where a, b range over all pairs of integers for which G is (a, b)-choosable is equal to the(More)
• WG
• 2002
Computing the chromatic number of a graph is an NP-hard problem. For random graphs and some other classes of graphs, estimators of the expected chromatic number have been well studied. In this paper, a new 0–1 integer programming formulation for the graph coloring problem is presented. The proposed new formulation is used to develop a method that generates(More)