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Structural characterization of some problems on circle and interval graphs

@article{Pardal2020StructuralCO,
  title={Structural characterization of some problems on circle and interval graphs},
  author={Nina Pardal},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2006.00099}
}
A graph is circle if there is a family of chords in a circle such that two vertices are adjacent if the corresponding chords cross each other. There are diverse characterizations of circle graphs, many of them using the notions of local complementation or split decomposition. However, there are no known structural characterization by minimal forbidden induced subgraphs for circle graphs. In this thesis, we give a characterization by forbidden induced subgraphs of circle graphs within split… 
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