On 16.10.2008 at 12:20 in S8, there is the following noon lecture:
Krausz dimension of graphs
Belarus State University
Krausz k-partition of a graph G is a partition of the set E(G) into cliques (called clusters of a partition) such that every vertex of G belongs to at most k clusters. Minimal natural k such that G has krausz k-covering, is called the krausz dimension of G and denoted by kdim(G).
In my talk I am going to discuss the problem of finding the krausz dimension of graphs as well as estimations for kdim(G) and connections between this parameter and another graph- theoretical parameters. I will focus special attention on the graphs with kdim(G) <= 3. This case is particularly interesting, since it is known that graphs with kdim(G) <= k are exactly intersection graphs of linear k-uniform hypergraphs, and therefore the class of graphs with kdim(G) <= 3 is the direct and natural generalization of the class of line graphs.
1. Berge C. Hypergraphs. Combinatorics of Finite Sets. Amsterdam: North-
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