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Maximum \(h\)-colourable subgraph problem in balanced graphs. (English) Zbl 1338.68098
Summary: The \(k\)-fold clique transversal problem is to locate a minimum set \(\Omega\) of vertices of a graph such that every maximal clique has at least \(k\) elements of \(\Omega\). The maximum \(h\)-colourable subgraph problem is to find a maximum subgraph of a graph which is \(h\)-colourable. We show that the \(k\)-fold clique transversal problem and the maximum \(h\)-colourable subgraph problem are polynomially solvable on balanced graphs. We also provide a polynomial algorithm to recognize balanced graphs.
Reviewer: Reviewer (Berlin)

MSC:
68Q25 Analysis of algorithms and problem complexity
05C15 Coloring of graphs and hypergraphs
05C35 Extremal problems in graph theory
05C69 Vertex subsets with special properties (dominating sets, independent sets, cliques, etc.)
05C85 Graph algorithms (graph-theoretic aspects)
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