Title: Long paths and toughness of k-trees and chordal planar graphs
Authors: Kabela, Adam
Citation: KABELA, A. Long paths and toughness of k-trees and chordal planar graphs. DISCRETE MATHEMATICS, 2019, roč. 342, č. 1, s. 55-63. ISSN 0012-365X.
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Elsevier
Document type: postprint
URI: 2-s2.0-85054444831
ISSN: 0012-365X
Keywords in different language: k-trees;Chordal planar graphs;Hamilton-connectedness;Shortness exponent;Toughness
Abstract in different language: We show that every k-tree of toughness greater than k/3 is Hamilton-connected for k >= 3. (In particular, chordal planar graphs of toughness greater than 1 are Hamilton-connected.) This improves the result of Broersma et al. (2007) and generalizes the result of Böhme et al. (1999). On the other hand, we present graphs whose longest paths are short. Namely, we construct 1-tough chordal planar graphs and 1-tough planar 3-trees, and we show that the shortness exponent of the class is 0, at most log_{30}22, respectively. Both improve the bound of Böhme et al. Furthermore, the construction provides k-trees (for k >= 4) of toughness greater than 1.
Rights: © Elsevier
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