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Greedy Spanners in Euclidean Spaces Admit Sublinear Separators

@article{Le2021GreedySI,
  title={Greedy Spanners in Euclidean Spaces Admit Sublinear Separators},
  author={Hung Le and Cuong V. Than},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2107.06490}
}
The greedy spanner in a low dimensional Euclidean space is a fundamental geometric construction that has been extensively studied over three decades as it possesses the two most basic properties of a good spanner: constant maximum degree and constant lightness. Recently, Eppstein and Khodabandeh [EK21] showed that the greedy spanner in R admits a sublinear separator in a strong sense: any subgraph of k vertices of the greedy spanner in R has a separator of size O( √ k). Their technique is… Expand

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