Perfect Roman domination in regular graphs
A perfect Roman dominating function on a graph G is a function f: V (G) → (0, 1, 2) satisfying the condition that every vertex u with f(u) = 0 is adjacent to exactly one vertex v for which f(v) = 2. The weight of a perfect Roman dominating function f is the sum of the weights of the vertices. The perfect Roman domination number of G, denoted γ Rp(G), is the minimum weight of a perfect Roman dominating function in G. We show that if G is a cubic graph on n vertices, then γRp (G) ≤ 3/4n, and this bound is best possible. Further, we show that if G is a k-regular graph on n vertices with k at least 4, then γ Rp(G) ≤ (k2+k+3/k2+3k+1) n.
Applicable Analysis and Discrete Mathematics
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Henning, & Klostermeyer, W. (2018). PERFECT ROMAN DOMINATION IN REGULAR GRAPHS. Applicable Analysis and Discrete Mathematics, 12(1), 143–152. https://doi.org/10.2298/AADM1801143H