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In computability and complexity, finding mappings between problems that allow solving one problem using a solution of another one. For reduction in programming language theory (e.g. beta-reduction), see [lambda-calculus] or [term-rewriting].

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The following problem is from my algorithms class: Given a graph $G=(V, E)$, decide whether a partition of $V=(V_1, V_2)$ exists such that $\delta(G(V_1))\ge 2 $ and $\delta(G(V_2))\ge 3 $, where …
asked May 16 '18 by Mengfan Ma
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The following problem is from my algorithms class: Given a graph $G(V, E)$, a set $C \subseteq V$ is called a biclique iff $G[C]$ is a complete bipartite graph, where $G(C)$ is the subgraph induc …
asked May 16 '18 by Mengfan Ma
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The maximum leaf spanning tree(MLSPT) is equivalent to the minimum connected dominating set(MCDS), see here. So we just need to prove MCDS is NP-complete. It's easy to verify that the decision version …
answered May 1 by Mengfan Ma
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I'm trying to prove that $$k\text{-Matching}\le_p k\text{-Disjoint-Triangles}$$ but I was told that the $k\text{-Matching}$ (decide whether a graph has a matching of size $k$ ) can be solve in polynom …
asked May 11 '18 by Mengfan Ma