On Certain Connected Resolving Parameters of Hypercube Networks

Abstract

Given a graph , a set is a resolving set if for each pair of distinct vertices there is a vertex such that . A resolving set containing a minimum number of vertices is called a minimum resolving set or a basis for . The cardinality of a minimum resolving set is called the resolving number or dimension of and is denoted by . A resolving set is said to be a star resolving set if it induces a star, and a path resolving set if it induces a path. The minimum cardinality of these sets, denoted respectively by and are called the star resolving number and path resolving number. In this paper we investigate these re-solving parameters for the hypercube networks.

Given a graph , a set is a resolving set if for each pair of distinct vertices there is a vertex such that . A resolving set containing a minimum number of vertices is called a minimum resolving set or a basis for . The cardinality of a minimum resolving set is called the resolving number or dimension of and is denoted by . A resolving set is said to be a star resolving set if it induces a star, and a path resolving set if it induces a path. The minimum cardinality of these sets, denoted respectively by and are called the star resolving number and path resolving number. In this paper we investigate these re-solving parameters for the hypercube networks.

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B. Rajan, A. William, I. Rajasingh and S. Prabhu, "On Certain Connected Resolving Parameters of Hypercube Networks,"*Applied Mathematics*, Vol. 3 No. 5, 2012, pp. 473-477. doi: 10.4236/am.2012.35071.

B. Rajan, A. William, I. Rajasingh and S. Prabhu, "On Certain Connected Resolving Parameters of Hypercube Networks,"

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