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Chromatic number of a line with geometric progressions of forbidden distances and the complexity of recognizing distance graphs

Georgy Sokolov

Vol. 12 (2023), No. 3, 247–258
Abstract

We establish the complexity of recognizing A-distance graphs and estimating the chromatic number of the real line with a set of forbidden distances A, where the set A is a collection of elements of a geometric progression with the common ratio equal to a rational number raised to a rational power. For all sets A of this type we have found the chromatic number of the real line with this set of forbidden distances and proved whether the problem of recognizing nonstrictly noninjectively A-embeddable-in- graphs is polynomial or NP-hard.

Keywords
distance graph, chromatic number, computation complexity
Mathematical Subject Classification
Primary: 05C15, 68Q17
Milestones
Received: 7 July 2023
Accepted: 7 August 2023
Published: 23 September 2023
Authors
Georgy Sokolov
Department of Discrete Mathematics
Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
Moscow
Russia