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On Some Characterizations of Antipodal Partial Cubes

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On Graphs with Disjoint Dominating and 2-Dominating Sets

dominating partitions in cubic graphs, Central European J. Math. 9(3) (2011) 699-708. doi:10.7151/s11533-011-0014-2 [11] J. Southey and M.A. Henning, A characterization of graphs with disjoint dominating and paired-dominating sets, J. Comb. Optim. 22 (2011) 217-234. doi:10.1007/s10878-009-9274-1 [12] B. Zelinka, Total domatic number and degrees of vertices of a graph, Math. Slovaca 39 (1989) 7-11.

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