# Efficient enumeration of maximal split subgraphs and induced sub-cographs and related classes

@inproceedings{Brosse2020EfficientEO, title={Efficient enumeration of maximal split subgraphs and induced sub-cographs and related classes}, author={Caroline Brosse and Aur{\'e}lie Lagoutte and Vincent Limouzy and Arnaud Mary and Lucas Pastor}, year={2020} }

In this paper, we are interested in algorithms that take in input an arbitrary graph $G$, and that enumerate in output all the (inclusion-wise) maximal"subgraphs"of $G$ which fulfil a given property $\Pi$. All over this paper, we study several different properties $\Pi$, and the notion of subgraph under consideration (induced or not) will vary from a result to another. More precisely, we present efficient algorithms to list all maximal split subgraphs, sub-cographs and some subclasses of…

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