A conflict-free coloring of a graph $G$ is a (partial) coloring of its vertices such that every vertex $u$ has a neighbor whose assigned color is unique in the neighborhood of $u$. There are two variants of this coloring, one defined using the open …

We present a hypergraph coloring based approach to pliable index coding (PICOD). We represent the given PICOD problem using a hypergraph consisting of $m$ messages as vertices and the request-sets of the $n$ clients as hyperedges. A conflict-free …

Given an undirected graph $G = (V,E)$, a conflict-free coloring with respect to open neighborhoods (CFON coloring) is a vertex coloring such that every vertex has a uniquely colored vertex in its open neighborhood. The minimum number of colors …

A _Conflict-Free Open Neighborhood coloring_, abbreviated CFON* coloring, of a graph $G = (V,E)$ using $k$ colors is an assignment of colors from a set of $k$ colors to a subset of vertices of $V(G)$ such that every vertex sees some color exactly …

In an undirected graph $G$, a conflict-free coloring with respect to open neighborhoods (denoted by CFON coloring) is an assignment of colors to the vertices such that every vertex has a uniquely colored vertex in its open neighborhood. The minimum …

In the pliable index coding (PICOD) problem, a server is to serve multiple clients, each of which possesses a unique subset of the complete message set as side information and requests a new message which it does not have. The goal of the server is …

Given an undirected graph, a conflict-free coloring (CFON*) is an assignment of colors to a subset of the vertices of the graph such that for every vertex there exists a color that is assigned to exactly one vertex in its open neighborhood. The …

The _closed neighborhood conflict-free chromatic number_ of a graph $G$, denoted by $\chi_{CN}(G)$, is the minimum number of colors required to color the vertices of $G$ such that for every vertex, there is a color that appears exactly once in its …

In an undirected graph $G$, a conflict-free coloring with respect to open neighborhoods (denoted by CFON coloring) is an assignment of colors to the vertices such that every vertex has a uniquely colored vertex in its open neighborhood. The minimum …

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