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On suficient conditions involving distances for hamiltonian properties in graphs

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  • Ahmed Ainouche

    () (UAG - CEREGMIA,Campus de Schoelcher B.P. 7209, 97275 Schoelcher Cedex Martinique (FRANCE))

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Let G be a 2-connected graph of order A set is essential if it is independent and contains two vertices at distance two apart. For = f 1 2 3g we de…ne min max to be respectively the smallest, the second smallest and the largest value in f 12 23 31g where = j ( ) \ ( )j In this paper we show that the closure concept can be used to prove su¢cient conditions on hamiltonicity when distances are involved. As main results, we prove for instance that if either (i) each essential triple of satis…es the condition 2 ( ) ¸ + or (ii) j ( ) [ ( )j + min f ( ) ( )g ¸ for all pairs of ( ) at distance two then its 0-dual closure is complete. By allowing classes of nonhamiltonian graphs we extend this result by one unit. A large number of new su¢cient conditions are derived. The proofs are short and all the results are sharp. Key words: Hamiltonian graph, closure, dual closure, neighborhood closure, essential sets.

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  • Ahmed Ainouche, 2013. "On suficient conditions involving distances for hamiltonian properties in graphs," Documents de Travail 2013-13, CEREGMIA, Université des Antilles et de la Guyane.
  • Handle: RePEc:crg:wpaper:dt2013-13
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