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On monophonic position sets in graphs

@inproceedings{Thomas2020OnMP,
  title={On monophonic position sets in graphs},
  author={Elias John Thomas and S. Chandran and James Tuite},
  year={2020}
}
A set S of vertices in a graph G is a general position set if no three vertices of S lie on a common geodesic path in G. The size of the largest general position set of G is called the general position number of G, denoted by gp(G). A monophonic path P in G is a path in which any two non-consecutive vertices are not connected by an edge. A set M ⊆ V (G) is a monophonic position set if no three vertices of M lie on a common monophonic path in G. The monophonic position number mp(G) of G is the… Expand
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