The direct expansion of graphs

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The concept of expansion of a graph has proved to be an efficient tool in the study of median, quasi-median and partial Hamming graphs. The basic idea of expansion is that given a graph G, we obtain a graph G′ by enlarging a subgraph of G according to a certain rule in such a way that G′ inherits certain properties of G. Mulder suggested several new rules for such expansions (H. M. Mulder, The expansion procedure for graphs, in: R. Bodendiek (Ed. ), Contemporary Methods in Graph Theory, B. I. -Wissenschaftsverlag, Manhaim, 1990, pp. 459-477). In particular he pointed out the case when a direct product in the process of expansion is used, and called it a relational expansion. In this paper we investigate it in further detail, especially, we deal with preservation of connectivity by this expansion. © 2002 Elsevier Science B. V. All rights reserved.

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Brešar, B. (2002). The direct expansion of graphs. Discrete Mathematics, 244(1–3), 17–30. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0012-365X(01)00066-8

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