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This follows from the fact that all gates not yet considered at the current endpoint must belong to nets that come later in Graph Problems Related to Gate Matrix Layout and PLA Folding 31 the interval represenfation and are thus successors in P of the currently ending nets. So linear extensions of the gate ordering are just permutations within the classes G; of the partition. It follows that the partition and a linear extension (gate permutation) can be constructed in O(n' m) time. An optimal coloring of an interval graph H can be obtained in 0(1 V(H)I) time from an interval representation by scanning the interval representation from left to right [GLL82].

On CAD,CAD-4 (3), 220-231. [YKK75] H. Yoshizawa, H. Kawanishi, and K. Kami (1975). A heuristic procedure for ordering MOS arrays, Proc. 12th Design Automation Conference, 384-389. [L VVS82] Rolf H. Mohring Technical University of Berlin Fachbereich Mathematik Strasse des 17. J uni 136 D-1000 Berlin Computing, Supp. 7, 53-68 (1990) Computing © by Springer-Verlag 1990 Planar Graph Problems Takao Nishizeki, Sendai Abstract - ZusammeDfassung Planar Graph Problems. Classical and recent results are surveyed in the development of efficient algorithms for the following eleven famous problems on planar graphs: planarity testing, embedding, drawing, separators, vertex-coloring, independent vertex set, listing subgraphs, Hamiltonian cycle, network flows, and Steiner trees and forests.

Then the choice defined above ensures that u is only closed after v is opened. Hence the corresponding intervals overlap. 4. The converse direction is obvious since every optimal coloring of an optimal interval graph augmentation H of G defines a path partition of size X(H) = w(H). This interpretation is particularly useful for the special cases of the MPP dealing with PLA folding. There are several other equivalent or related graph theoretic notions. We just mention vertex separation, min cut linear arrangement, bandwidth and several modifications of these problems.

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