regular graph

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regular graph

[′reg·gə·lər ¦graf]
(mathematics)
A graph whose vertices all have the same degree.

regular graph

(mathematics)
A graph in which all nodes have the same degree.
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We say that a k-regular graph G admits a Hamilton cycle decomposition, if the edge set of G can be partitioned into Hamilton cycles or Hamilton cycles together with a 1-factor according as k is even or odd, respectively.
In addition, the complete graph [9, 13], k nearest neighboring graph or k-regular graph [13, 15], or the close-loop graph [14] is applied to simulate the local graph structure in different saliency models.
Theorem:The k-regular graph (graph where all vertices have degree k) is a knight subgraph only for k [less than or equal to] 4.
For any k-regular graph G, k [greater than or equal to] 3, [gamma](G) = q - p.
For equal bipartition k-regular graph, the following corollary holds.
We determine the fixed-parameter complexity of several closely related variants: we prove that switching to a graph of maximum degree at most k is fixed parameter tractable, as well as of switching to a graph of minimum degree at least k, and of switching to a k-regular graph.
k+3])-time algorithm for deciding if a given graph can be switched to a graph with all vertex degrees at most k, or to a k-regular graph.
In an arbitrary k-regular graph, each vertex has degree at most k, which means that we can use our previous algorithm from Subsection 3.
A cage is a k-regular graph with girth g having the smallest possible number of vertices.
As defined by Biggs [7], the excess of a k-regular graph G is the difference jV (G)j-n0(k; g).
As already mentioned in the Introduction, our main aim is to obtain incidence matrices of bipartite k-regular graphs of girth 8 with small excess.