The Graphs Whose Sum of Global Connected Domination Number and Chromatic Number is 2n-5
A subset S of vertices in a graph G = (V,E) is a dominating set if every vertex in V-S is adjacent to atleast one vertex in S. A dominating set S of a connected graph G is called a connected dominating set if the induced sub graph < S > is connected. A set S is called a global dominating set of G if S is a dominating set of both G and . A subset S of vertices of a graph G is called a global connected dominating set if S is both a global dominating and a connected dominating set. The global connected domination number is the minimum cardinality of a global connected dominating set of G and is denoted by γgc(G). In this paper we characterize the classes of graphs for which γgc(G) + χ(G) = 2n-5 and 2n-6 of global connected domination number and chromatic number and characterize the corresponding extremal graphs.
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