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A AVcovering of S is a subset T of d-i(G) such that each Ki in S contains at least one KI-\ in T. A AVpacking of S is a subset S' of S such that no two Kl in S' share a Ki-\. Ci( Pi(3). This leads to a quantification over all subsets of the set Ki(G). 7 Let i > 2 be an integer. A graph G is AVperfect if for each

Then Si is lexicographically smaller than s% (s\ < 82) if (i) There is an index i < minjfc, /} such that ttj < 6; and aj = bj for all j = 1 , . . , i — 1, or (ii) k < I and «j = bi for all i — 1 , . . , k. BRANDSTADT, LE, AND SPINRAD 16 If s — ( « ] , . . ,-• • ,«*,«•)• procedure LexBFS Input : A graph G = (V, E). ,vn) of V. ;); define a(n) :— v\ for all uEVC\ N(v) do l(u) := l(u) + n; V~V\{v}: endfor; end. If the ties in LexBFS are always resolved by choosing a vertex of highest degree then this variant of LexBFS will be called cardinality LexBFS (CLcxBFS).

Note that every maximal stable set is minimal dominating. 1. 3 A graph G is perfect if and only if every induced subgraph H of G has a minimal dominating set meeting all maximum cliques of H. /(•%)• The weighted chromatic number x(G,w) is the minimum of X^(Si) over a^ weighted colorings. The following characterization of perfect graphs is given in [477]. 1 A graph G is perfect if and only if for every nonnegative weighting w, X(G,w)=u(G,w). 2 A k-coloring with the color classes Si,... ,8^. of a graph G is canonical if for every vertex v of G the following holds: If v is in Sh, then there is a clique K containing v such that K n Si ^ 0 for i e { 1 , .

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