### Volume 7

n° 1 (2005), pp. 255-268author: | David R. Wood |
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title: | Queue Layouts of Graph Products and Powers |

keywords: | graph, queue layout, cartesian product, d -dimensional grid graph, d -dimensional toroidal grid graph, Hamming graph |

abstract: | A of a graph k -queue layoutG consists of a linear order σ of V(G) , and a partition of E(G) into k sets, each of which contains no two edges that are nested in σ . This paper studies queue layouts of graph products and powers |

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reference: | David R. Wood (2005),
Queue Layouts of Graph Products and Powers,
Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science 7, pp. 255-268 |

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