# Questions tagged [graph-algorithms]

Algorithms on graphs, excluding heuristics.

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### granularity of bidirectional breadth-first search

I tried posting this on stack overflow and it got no takers, decided to cross post here: One thing that I've never seen discussed about bidirectional breadth-first-search (which I'll abbreviate as ...
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### Sample graph dataset for testing algorithms

I hope I'm addressing the right community. For a project for my students, I need to find some weighted graphs (oriented or not) to benchmark their algorithms (shortest paths, flows...). There are a ...
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### The Edge Cover Equilibrium Problem

Let the Edge Cover Equilibrium Problem be the following: INPUT: a simple undirected graph $G$. OUTPUT: YES, if the number of edge covers of $G$ having odd cardinality is equal to the number of edge ...
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### Algorithm to decide percentage of data from previous node, current node and forward nodes

I have a graph-like structure, let's say there is one node $C$, who has 2 predecessors $A,B$ and 1 successor $D$. I have a value of $C$. Let's say value at $C=30$%. From this, I could infer that I ...
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### Find min-weight simple path assuming no negative simple cycles

A simple path is a path that doesn't revisit a node. A simple cycle is a cycle that doesn't revisit an edge. You are given an undirected graph G which may contain edges of negative weight but which ...
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### Argument that Graph Isomorphism is polynomial via reduction to CNF

In short we found 3 invertible transformations which imply that Graph Isomorphism is polynomial. Meta reasoning: Isomorphism preserving transformation CNF to "sparse" CNF is possible and ...
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### Comparing two graphs when starting from a single edge

Let's assume that we are given two graphs $G_1$ and $G_2$ defined by the two following nicely drawn pictures. Black numbers label the nodes, red numbers show the edge weight between the nodes. $G_1$ ...
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### Find a boundary from set of 3d line segments

I have a set of n 3d line segments ...
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### approximate maximum clique given vertex cover

I have a non optimal vertex cover of size k of a graph G, and I want to get a (1+epsilon)-approximation kernel of size linear in k for maximum clique of G. One thing I got is that every clique in G ...
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### Alternative proofs of Savitch's theorem?

Question: Are there any known proofs of Savitch's theorem that $NL \subseteq L^2$ besides the usual one? By the usual one I mean the proof based on recursively querying whether there is a midpoint. ...
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### Algebraic methods for testing planarity

Mac Lane's planarity criterion states that a graph is planar if and only if it has a cycle basis such that each edge is contained in at most two cycles, we call such a basis a 2-basis. A 2-basis of a ...
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### Complexity of finding the largest induced subgraph with all even degrees

What is the complexity of the following problem? Instance: Simple, undirected graph $G$, and a positive integer $k$. Question: Does $G$ have an induced subgraph on at least $k$ vertices, such that ...
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### Relationship between two graph optimization problems

Let $Q$ be a polynomial time computable graph property of simple, undirected graphs. Consider the following two optimization problems on any input graph: P1. Find a largest induced subgraph of the ...
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### What are some examples of algorithmic applications of noncommutative rational identity testing?

The problem of polynomial identity testing (PIT) is known to be in $\mathsf{RP}$, but not known to be in $\mathsf{P}$. The related problem of noncommutative rational identity testing (NCIT) is known ...
In APSP, the input is an $n$-node directed weighted graph $G$, and the output is an $n \times n$ matrix holding pairwise shortest path distances between nodes in $G$. Define "APSP-Verification" as ...