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Modern Combinatorics is a fundamental area with many exciting topics of great importance in Computer Science. The seminar will run in two independent streams; one more focused on challenging open problems, the other more focused on methods. No special preparation is required from attendants but an “open brain”. We study the problem of deleting a minimum cost set of vertices from a given vertex-weighted graph in such a way that the resulting graph has no induced path on three vertices.
This problem is often called cluster vertex deletion in the literature and admits a straightforward 3-approximation algorithm since it is a special case of the vertex cover problem on a 3-uniform hypergraph. We further conjecture that the problem admits a 2-approximation algorithm and give some support for the conjecture. This is in sharp constrast with the fact that the similar problem of deleting vertices to eliminate all triangles in a graph is known to be UGC-hard to approximate to within a ratio better than 3, as proved by Guruswami and Lee.
This is joint work with Samuel Fiorini and Oliver Schaudt. Of all types of positional games, Maker-Breaker games are probably the most studied. We will survey aspekyy topic of Maker-Breaker games played on random graphs, where positional komibnatoryki on graphs meet some standard random graph models.
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The pace will be gentle, and we will not assume any particular prior knowledge on either positional games or random graphs. Algorytmiczne Aspekty Kombinatoryki czwartek: White’s conjecture is an example. It asserts that the toric ideal kombintaoryki to a matroid is generated by quadratic binomials corresponding to symmetric exchanges.
White’s conjecture resisted numerous attempts since its formulation in We will discuss its relations with other open problems concerning matroids. We study lower bounds on the size of subgraphs of G that can be colored with D colors. Moreover, the subgraph and its coloring can be found in polynomial time. Our results have applications in approximation algorithms for the Maximum k-Edge-Colorable Subgraph problem.
Problems from extremal combinatorics asppekty to a study of graphons determined by finitely many subgraph densities, which are referred to as finitely forcible graphons. InLovasz and Szegedy asked several questions about the complexity of the topological space of so-called typical vertices of a finitely forcible graphon can be.
In particular, they conjectured that the space is always compact. We disprove the conjecture by constructing a finitely forcible graphon such that the associated space of typical vertices is not compact. In fact, our construction actually provides an example of a finitely forcible graphon with the space which is even not locally compact. This is a joint work with Roman Glebov and Dan Kral. We will show a classical kombinatryki of Kneser conjecture in which the asspekty related n-colorability of kombihatoryki graph with k-connectedness of a neighbourhood simplicial complex.
If time permits we will show some other applications of algebraic topology in combinatorics.
Algebraiczne aspekty kombinatoryki
This second numer is the difference between the number of linear extensions being odd and even permutations. Both e P and d P are comparability invariants. Computing both of them is P-hard. I will describe two simple algorithms to compute e P for special classes of posets. I will also formulate necessary and sufficient conditions for the possibility of generating permutations of a multiset by adjacent transpositions. In the first move, Alice cuts a leaf of the tree and scores its weight.
Then, Bob and Alice alternate turns, in each move cutting a leaf of the remaining tree and adding its weight to their own score. Their goal in the game is to maximize their own final score. This conjecture has been proved by Seacrest and Seacrest . Now, an intriguing open problem is to devise a polynomial-time algorithm computing an optimal move at any position of the game.
In this talk, I will share my thoughts of what such an algorithm may look like, and ask the audience for a proof of correctness or a counterexample: I will discuss the classical paper of Jeff Kahn, Michael Saks and Dean Sturtevant that applies techniques of algebraic topology to this conjecture, proving it in the case when n is a prime power. If there is enough time left I shall give a short survey of some recent results in this area. A similar result is proven for k identical subwords of a word over an alphabet with at most k letters.
A clone structure is a family of all clone sets of a given election. In this paper we study properties of clone structures.
In particular, we give an axiomatic characterization of clone structures, show their hierarchical structure, and analyze clone structures in single-peaked and single-crossing elections.
We give a polynomial-time algorithm that finds a minimal collection of clones that need to be collapsed for an election to become single-peaked, and we show that this problem is NP-hard for single-crossing elections. The paper is available at: While the best function f currently known is super-exponential in komhinatoryki, a O k log k bound is known in the special case where H is a forest. This is a consequence of a theorem of Bienstock, Kombinatoyrki, Seymour, and Thomas on aspektj pathwidth of graphs with an excluded forest-minor.
In this talk I will sketch a proof that the function f can be taken to be linear when H is a forest.
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This is best possible in the sense that no linear bound exists if H has a cycle. Joint work with S. This is joint work with Kolja Knauer and Piotr Micek.
Nilli On the chromatic number of random Cayley graphs. Correct are doing it on matroids. Edit distance problem can be also extendeded in many ways to rooted labeled trees.
We will consider constrained variants of tree edit distance problem and related tree inclusion problem in order to show efficient solutions to some classes of mentioned trees.
The seminar is based on my master’s thesis. This is joint work with Oliwia Ulas. Definitions of Social choice functions, manipulation, manipulation power.
After an overview of the topic we concentrate on the minimum degree of H-minimal graphs, a problem initiated by Burr, Erdos, and Lovasz. We determine the smallest possible minimum degree of H-minimal graphs for numerous bipartite graphs H, including bi-regular bipartite graphs and forests. We also make initial progress for graphs of larger chromatic number. This represents joint work with Philipp Zumstein and Stefanie Zurcher. Some related problems and questions will be posed.
Based on kombinatorryki paper of Borodin, Kostochka and Woodall. We will be kommbinatoryki in the evolution of geometry of this space as constraints clauses are added.
In particular I will show that much before solutions disappear, they organize into an exponential number of clusters, each of which is relatively small and far apart from all other clusters.
New directions for further research will be discussed. This also shows that the Brooks’ theorem remains valid in more general game coloring setting.
Based on paper of Hladky, Kral and Schauz. Based on paper of Guth and Katz. I will also discuss the extension of these results to graphs.
Although many proofs about games are motivated by a probabilistic intuition, these results appear to represent the first successful applications of a Local Lemma to combinatorial games. If there is time, I will discuss an interesting and frustrating! Each of them can see only colleagues from the adjacent vertices. Suddenly, on every bear’s head, a hat falls down in one of k available colors.
Then, after a moment of looking around, each bear must write down the supposed color of its own hat meanwhile they cannot communicate. The bears win the game if at least one of them correctly guesses the color of his hat. The maximum number of hat colors for which the bears have a winning strategy on a graph G is called the bear number of G, denoted by mi G.
We will present sveral results and conjectures on this fascinating game. The “strength” of a graph is the minimum number of colors necessary to obtain its chromatic sum. Some existing problems and results about these parameters will be presented. Consider a set S which is a subset of V G.
Assume that any s of S is able to detect an intruder at any vertex in its closed neighborhood N[s] with identifying the location in N[s]. We want to construct the set S such that an intruder will be detected in any vertex of G, even if k vertices of S are liars and l vertices of S are false-alarm makers. Some necessary and and sufficient conditions for such set S will be presented.
In addition, I want to show some new results. I will consider Altitude of wheels and wheel-like graphs as fans, gear graphs and helms. Finally, I will present some values and bounds for Altitude of 2 i 3-partite graphs.
During my talk I will present some recent results using this analogy in the context of linear equivalence of divisors. In particular I will formulate a graph-theoretic analogue of the classical Riemann-Roch Theorem and show how to apply it to characterize the existence or non-existence of a winning strategy for a certain chip-firing game played on the vertices of a graph.
A grid P is a connected union of vertical and horizontal line segments; a grid may be thought of as an orthogonal polygon with holes, with very thin corridors. A point x in P can see point y in P if the line segment xy is a subset of P. A set of points S, being a subset of P, is a guard set for grid P if any point of P is seen by at least one guard in S.
During my talk, I will present several variants of the problem, including cooperative guards, fault-tolerant guards, mobile guards, and the pursuit evasion problem, and discuss their relation to the well-known graph theory problems, e. To solve them one deals mainly with permutations, graphs, etc.
During this talk, an introduction to the subject will be presented.
If time permits, komblnatoryki open problems, in which combinatorial approach might provide a solution, will be included. An important aspect of group decision-making is the question of how a group makes a choice when individual preferences may differ.