Subexponential parameterized algorithms on bounded-genus graphs and H-minor-free graphs

@article{Demaine2005SubexponentialPA,
  title={Subexponential parameterized algorithms on bounded-genus graphs and H-minor-free graphs},
  author={E. Demaine and F. Fomin and M. Hajiaghayi and D. Thilikos},
  journal={J. ACM},
  year={2005},
  volume={52},
  pages={866-893}
}
We introduce a new framework for designing fixed-parameter algorithms with subexponential running time---2O(&kradic;) nO(1). Our results apply to a broad family of graph problems, called bidimensional problems, which includes many domination and problems such as vertex cover, feedback vertex set, minimum maximal matching, dominating set, edge dominating set, disk dimension, and many others restricted to bounded-genus graphs (phrased as bipartite-graph problem). Furthermore, it is fairly… Expand
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