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new A look at the tree decomposition Farhad Shahrokhi, UNT, farhad@cs.unt.edu Let G = (V, E) be a graph. We present new algorithms for computing a maximum independent set of G based on a variation of the tree decomposition method. The classical algorithm has O(|V |2k ) time complexity, where |V | is the number of vertices and k is the tree width, or the size of largest bag in a tree decomposition of G. We present...

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