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Rainbow Paths
Discrete Mathematics (2010)
  • Domigos Dellamonica Jr., Emory University
  • Colton Magnant, Georgia Southern University
  • Daniel M. Martin

A k-rainbow path in a graph with colored edges is a path of length k where each edge has a different color. In this note, we settle the problem of obtaining a constructive k-coloring of the edges of Kn in which one may find, between any pair of vertices, a large number of internally disjoint k-rainbow paths. In fact, our construction obtains the largest possible number of paths. This problem was considered in a less general setting by Chartrand et al.

  • Rainbow paths,
  • Extractors
Publication Date
February 28, 2010
Citation Information
Domigos Dellamonica Jr., Colton Magnant and Daniel M. Martin. "Rainbow Paths" Discrete Mathematics Vol. 310 Iss. 4 (2010)
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