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Intersection Graphs: An Introduction

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Intersection Graphs: An Introduction
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 49

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Intersection graphs are very important in both theoretical as well as application point of view. Depending on the geometrical representation, different type of intersection graphs are defined. Among them interval, circular-arc, permutation, trapezoid, chordal, disk, circle graphs are more important. In this article, a brief introduction of each of these intersection graphs is given.

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