|Appears in Collections:||Computing Science and Mathematics Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Games on interval and permutation graph representations|
|Keywords:||Games on graphs|
Set representations of graphs
|Citation:||Enright J & Stewart L (2016) Games on interval and permutation graph representations, Theoretical Computer Science, 609 (1), pp. 87-103.|
|Abstract:||We describe combinatorial games on graphs in which two players antagonistically build a representation of a subgraph of a given graph. We show that for a large class of these games, determining whether a given instance is a winning position for the next player is PSPACE-hard. In contrast, we give polynomial time algorithms for solving some versions of the games on trees.|
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|Affiliation:||Mathematics - CSM Dept|
University of Alberta
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