Reverse Binary Graphs
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Math. Comput. Model.
Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications; Computer Science, ; Software Engineering; Mathematics, Applied
We define a new family of labeled, undirected graphs, called reverse binary graphs (RBG), and study their properties. These graphs are incrementally generated and ''succinctly represented.'' Several important parameters of reverse binary graphs, including diameter, node and edge chromatic numbers, domination number, and genus, are obtained easily. Therefore, RBG's can be used as inputs for testing and experimenting with graph algorithms. Furthermore, like other families of graphs (such as, paths, stars, complete graphs, DeBruijn graphs, hypercubes, Stirling graphs, etc.), RBG's could also be used as interconnection networks.
Mathematical and Computer Modelling
Das, S. K.; Deo, N.; and Prasad, S., "Reverse Binary Graphs" (1993). Faculty Bibliography. 1657.