By Bela Bollobas

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Wang, D. L. [1976] A note on uniquely intersectable graphs, Studies in Appl. Math. 55, 361-363. Wegner, G. D. thesis, Göttingen. CHAPTER 2 The Design of Efficient Algorithms 1. The Complexity of Computer Algorithms With the advent of the high-speed electronic computer, new branches of applied mathematics have sprouted forth. One area that has enjoyed a most rapid growth in the past decade is the complexity analysis of computer algorithms. At one level, we may wish to compare the relative efficiencies of procedures which solve the same problem.

19th IEEE Annu. Symp. on Foundations of Computer Science, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 16-18 October, pp. 231-245. Galil, Zvi, and Naamad, Amnon [1979] Network flow and generalized path compression, Proc. 11th Annu. AC M Symp. on Theory of Computing. , and Johnson, David S. " Freeman, San Francisco, California. Goldstein, A. J. , Dept. , Princeton, New Jersey. Goodman, S. , and Hedetniemi, S. T. " McGraw-Hill, New York. Gotleib, Calvin, C , and Gotlieb, Leo R. " Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

Ii) => (iii) If F is acyclic, then it has a sink (a vertex of out-degree zero). Call the sink vn. Clearly vn has in-degree n — 1. Deleting vn from the graph, we obtain a smaller acyclic oriented graph, and the conclusion follows by induction. 4. 8. A transitive tournament. (iii) => (iv) By induction, (iv) => (i) Obvious. This theorem provides us with a linear time algorithm for recognizing transitive tournaments. First, calculate the in-degree of each vertex; then, using a Boolean vector, verify that there are no duplicates among the indegrees.