

A332407


Number of simple graphs on n unlabeled nodes with upper domination number greater than independence number.


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OFFSET

1,7


COMMENTS

The upper domination number of a graph is the maximum cardinality of a minimal dominating set. For any graph the upper domination number is greater than or equal to the independence number. This sequence gives the number of graphs where it is strictly greater than.
The m X n rook graphs with 2 <= m < n are a class of graph with this property because the independence number is m, and a row of n rooks is minimally dominating.


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EXAMPLE

The a(6) = 1 graph illustrated below has independence number 2 and upper domination number 3.
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The above graph is the 2 X 3 rook graph, drawn to show all edges.
The three vertices marked with an asterisk are a minimal dominating set.


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KEYWORD

nonn,more


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STATUS

approved



