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Classifying trees with edge-deleted central appendage number 2

Shubhangi StalderLinda ErohJohn KokerHosien S. MoghadamSteven J. Winters — 2009

Mathematica Bohemica

The eccentricity of a vertex v of a connected graph G is the distance from v to a vertex farthest from v in G . The center of G is the subgraph of G induced by the vertices having minimum eccentricity. For a vertex v in a 2-edge-connected graph G , the edge-deleted eccentricity of v is defined to be the maximum eccentricity of v in G - e over all edges e of G . The edge-deleted center of G is the subgraph induced by those vertices of G having minimum edge-deleted eccentricity. The edge-deleted central...

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