Unique minimum domination in trees

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A set D of vertices in a graph G is a distance-k dominating set if every vertex of G either is in D or is within distance k of at least one vertex in D. A distance-k dominating set of G of minimum cardinality is called a minimum distance-k dominating set of G. For any graph G and for a subset F of the edge set of G the set F is an edge dominating set of G… (More)

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