Perfect graphs split entropies

J. Korner, L. Lovasz, G. Simonyi

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Summary form only given. Graph entropy H(G, P) is an information-theoretic functional on a graph G with a probability distribution P on its vertices and is subadditive in a certain sense. Korner and Marton proved that bipartite graphs are strongly splitting while odd cycles are not. They conjectured that all perfect graphs are strongly splitting. The authors have proved this conjecture.

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - Dec 1 1988

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    Korner, J., Lovasz, L., & Simonyi, G. (1988). Perfect graphs split entropies. 60-61.