### A generalization of the dichromatic polynomial of a graph.

Farrell, E.J. (1981)

International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences

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Farrell, E.J. (1981)

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This paper introduces a trivariate graph polynomial that is a common generalization of the domination polynomial, the Ising polynomial, the matching polynomial, and the cut polynomial of a graph. This new graph polynomial, called the bipartition polynomial, permits a variety of interesting representations, for instance as a sum ranging over all spanning forests. As a consequence, the bipartition polynomial is a powerful tool for proving properties of other graph polynomials and graph...

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