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chord·al

(kōr'dăl),
Relating to any chorda or cord, especially to the notochord.

chordal

adjective Referring or pertaining to the notochord; notochordal.

chord·al

(kōr'dăl)
Relating to any chorda or cord, especially the notochord.

chordal

(kor′dăl)
Pert. to chorda, esp. the notochord.
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In particular, kB([GAMMA]) is hereditary if and only if [GAMMA] is a chordal graph.
The notion of signed-eliminable graphs is a generalization of chordal graphs to signed graphs, and the above result is also a signed-graphic generalization of Stanley's well-known result (Stanley (1972)) on a characterization of free graphic arrangements in terms of chordal graphs.
Polynomial time algorithms are reported in the literature for some special classes of graphs such as strongly chordal graphs and distance heredity graphs (6), (18).
Coverage progresses from basic definitions and concepts through trees and bipartite graphs, chordal graphs, graph coloring, and graph traversals and flows.