# Enumeration of unlabeled graph classes

@inproceedings{Shi2016EnumerationOU, title={Enumeration of unlabeled graph classes}, author={Jessica Shi and J{\'e}r{\'e}mie O. Lumbroso}, year={2016} }

In this paper, we study the enumeration of certain classes of graphs that can be fully characterized by tree decompositions; these classes are particularly significant due to the algorithmic improvements derived from tree decompositions on classically NP-complete problems on these classes [12, 7, 17, 35]. Previously, Chauve et al. [6] and Iriza [26] constructed grammars from the split decomposition trees of distance hereditary graphs and 3-leaf power graphs. We extend upon these results to…

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