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What is a minimum vertex separator as in this definition?

In a research paper the following definition appears that I'm not able to understand completely. Let $G=(V,E)$ be an undirected unweighted graph with vertex set $V$ and edge set $E$, no self-loops, ...
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Another variant of PARTITION

I've got a reduction of the following partition problem to a certain scheduling problem: Input: A list $a_1\leqslant\cdots\leqslant a_n$ of positive integers in non-decreasing order. Question: Does ...
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Graph partition with objective over intra-partition weights

I have a problem in which I need to find an optimal graph cut that maximizes an objective over weights not on the cut. I have looked at the literature but have not been able to find any similar ...
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Repartitioning a binary tree

Suppose I have a binary tree $G = (V, E)$ (with undirected edges) that is partitioned into sets of k vertices, where each set of vertices is a connected subgraph of $G$. Additionally, if there are ...
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Partitioning graphs while minimizing inter-partition edges

I'm working on trying to partition a triangulated graph into connected subgraphs with some guarantees on the number of inter-partition edges. Here's an example of a triangulated graph that has been ...
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Partition planar graph of vertices with at most degree 3 into connected subgraphs

I'm currently working on my thesis which deals with pathfinding over a Delaunay triangulated graph. I want to be able to partition my Delaunay triangulation into disjoint (regarding vertices) ...
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partition into unit-interval graphs

I am re-opening this question as i have the following question. I was going through the paper by Farrugia which was mentioned in an answer in that post. Initially i beleived that the follwoing problem ...
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Partition into interval graphs

Suppose there is a graph $G=(V,E)$. I want to test if $V$ can be partitioned into two disjoint sets $V_1$ and $V_2$ such that the subgraphs induced by $V_1$ and $V_2$ are unit interval graphs. I know ...
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Partition a graph into 2 connected subgraphs

I'm stumped on a sub problem that I'm working on for my thesis. I need to be able to partition a graph into 2 connected subgraphs of almost equal size. So if there are $m$ vertices in $G$, subgraphs ...
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DAG partitioning for parallel computing

Consider a set of processes ($P=\{p_1, p_2,\dots, p_n \}$) and their data dependencies. Each process $p_i$ has an execution runtime which is denoted by $d_i$. We are interested to parallelize these ...
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Partitioning a matrix into equal-sized regions: finding the maximum

I am facing the following research problem. We are given a matrix $M[1..p,1..p]$ of elements such that: each element has value in the range $[0, \frac 1 j]$, $j <= p$, $j$ is given, the sum of ...
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Planning jobs as partition problem

I think this should be a famous problem but I could not find its name. I have $n$ jobs with size $s_i$ that are offered at time $t_i$ and $k$ machines. How can I assign jobs to machines to minimize ...
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what problem is this? [closed]

I have this instance: Let's say I have two (could be more) friends, one weighing 200 pounds and another weighing 100 pounds; I won a box with 30 chocolates in a contest and I want to divide among ...
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Partitioning DAG into Paths

What bounds (lower or upper) are known about the complexity of partitioning a Directly Acyclic Graph (DAG) into paths of respective sizes $n_1,\ldots,n_w$, such that to minimize their entropy $n{\cal ...
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Variation on block design/set cover

Given 3 parameters $s, r$ and $t$, where $r \leq t$, I want to construct $t$ sets such that each integer $\{1, \ldots, s\}$ appears in exactly $r$ of these sets. The question is: Is it possible ...
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Expansion vs Sparsest cut

let $G=(V,E)$ and $S\subsetneq V$ then expansion of set $S$ is $$\alpha(S)=\frac{|E(S,\overline{S})|}{\min\{|S|,|\overline{S}|)\}}$$ where $\bar{S}=V\setminus{S}$ and $E(S,\bar{S})$ are edges ...
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partition to min the max number of intersections

Given $n$ items and $m$ customers, each of whom is interested in some subset of the items, partition the set of items among $k$ different stores so that the maximum number of customers visiting any ...
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FPTAS for Number Partition Problem

I've been given a task to implement two algorithms (an exact algorithm and fully polynomial approximation scheme) for number partitioning problem. I found out that I can use some modification of ...
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Intermediate $\mathsf{NP}$-complete problems?

Partition problem is weakly NP-complete since it has polynomial (pseudo-polynomial) time algorithm if input integers are bounded by some polynomial. However, 3-Partition is strongly NP-complete ...
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K-Clustering of a Graph maximizing intra-cluster weights?

I would like to know if the following problem has already been studied, and if so how is it called. In particular I'm interested in approximability results. Input: A complete graph G with ...
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Graph building with weighted nodes

I have a set of nodes which can be connected together through arcs. Every node has an associated value, reflecting the "fitness" that this particular node has in the graph. I have to find the best ...
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Partitioning based on distribution

Having a set of numbers $S={s_i}$, I want to assign them to bins, $b_i$, such that the sum of items on bins follow a specific distribution. For two bins and uniform distribution, this problem is ...
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Approximation results for 3-partition

The 3-partition as defined here is a strongly NP-complete decision problem. Consider one optimization problem of 3-partition where the $m$ subsets each have at most three elements and a sum of not ...
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Set partitioning algorithm

I'm a working software engineer and I'm trying to develop some planning software. I have faced the following problem. I have some finite set $ U $ of some distinct elements $ e_i \in U $. I have ...
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Is this minimization problem NP-Complete?

We are given an $n \times (n + k)$ matrix $A$, with entries in GF(2), of the form $A =[I_n\ B]$, where $I_n$ is the $n \times n$ identity matrix, and $B$ has no "zero" rows or columns. The problem is ...
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Post Correspondence Problem “binary” variant

Bounded Post Correspondence Problem is defined as follows: given list of pairs of words $ (x_1,y_1), \ldots, (x_n, y_n) $ and $K$ find sequence of indexes $i_1, \ldots, i_k$, $k \leq K$ so that ...
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Faster pseudo-polynomial time algorithms for PARTITION

I want to partition N given numbers (may or may not be equal) into 2 subsets such that the 2 subsets have sum as close as possible and also the cardinality of the sets are equal (if n is even) or ...