Friday, September 11, 2015

[DMANET] Call for Papers - Special Issue of Discrete Applied Mathematics - Algorithmic and Structural Graph Theory

Call for Papers
Discrete Applied Mathematics
Special Issue: Algorithmic and Structural Graph Theory

All interested researchers are invited to contribute to this special
issue of Discrete Applied Mathematics. The topics should relate to the
themes of the workshop Algorithmic Graph Theory on the Adriatic Coast,
Koper, Slovenia, June 16-19, 2015. These include combinatorial and
algorithmic aspects of:
- graph decompositions,
- graph width parameters,
- structure of graphs in hereditary, monotone and minor-closed graph
- computational complexity of graph problems,
- approximation and exact algorithms for graph problems,
- graph classes related to perfect graphs,
- graph invariants,
- planar graphs and generalizations,
- symmetric graphs,
- product graphs,
- metric graph theory, and
- applications of algorithmic graph theory.

Submissions of contributions not presented at the workshop are welcome.

All articles will be thoroughly refereed according to the high standards
of Discrete Applied Mathematics.

The full papers must be submitted through the Elsevier Editorial System
( When submitting your paper, be sure to
specify that the paper is a contribution for the Special Issue of
Algorithmic and Structural Graph Theory, so that your paper is assigned
to the guest editors. Please see the Author Instructions on the site if
you have not yet submitted a paper through this web-based system. Be
sure to note that your work is intended for the Special Issue and to
select the article type SI: ASGT-2015.

The deadline for submission is November 30, 2015.

Accepted papers will be published online individually, before print

We are looking forward to receiving your contribution.

The Guest Editors,
Bostjan Bresar
Pinar Heggernes
Marcin Kaminski
Martin Milanic
Daniel Paulusma
Primoz Potocnik
Nicolas Trotignon
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