Conflict-Free Coloring and its Applications


Let H = (V,E) be a hypergraph. A conflict-free coloring of H is an assignment of colors to V such that, in each hyperedge e ∈ E, there is at least one uniquely-colored vertex. This notion is an extension of the classical graph coloring. Such colorings arise in the context of frequency assignment to cellular antennae, in battery consumption aspects of sensor… (More)
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