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Article Navigation. Close mobile search navigation Article Navigation. Volume Corresponding author: wangshiying htu. Mathematics Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for people studying math at any level and professionals in related fields. It only takes a minute to sign up. The fist application is for scheduling tasks that have a given start and end date taxi rides, construction, etc. Two tasks that overlap cannot be done simultaneously by the same person. How do you minimize the number of people in order for each task to be done?
You can model this with an interval graph, each task's interval is a vertex, and two vertices are linked by an edge if their corresponding interval overlap. Then, minimizing the number of people to accomplish the tasks if equivalent to finding the chromatic number of the graph, which is easy on such graphs greedy algorithms achieve this. The second application is rather amusing.
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It was made up by Claude Berge and many have developed the idea. With interval graphs, you can solve police investigations.
Claude Berge's idea was as follows. Imagine a document has been stolen in a building, and the police knows exactly who has been in and out of the building.
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