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By Peter W. Hawkes

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ISBN-13: 9780120147731

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Therefore we can associate to any image a hypergraph called Image polyominoes hypergraph and define it in the following way: a. The set of the vertices is the set of valued cells. b. The set of hyperedges is formed by the maximal (in the sense of inclusion) rectangles of valued cells, if the valuation of these cells are in an interval [Àa; a] where a is a local or global predicate defined for the image. Such a hypergraph will be denoted by HI;a ¼ ðX ; Ei Þi2I . Two hyperedges will be adjacent if they share a common edge.

The main result of this section is given by: Theorem 12. Let G ¼ ðV ; EÞ be a graph and HG the neighborhood hypergraph associated with it. The three following assertions are equivalent: i. For every X  V, X intersecting, there exists Y  I(X ) such that: either the induced subgraph G0 ¼ GðX [ Y Þ is a tree, or there exists n > 0 edges e1; e2; . . en from G0 such that for G00 ¼ G0 and Gi0 ¼ Gi À 10 \ei, 1 i n one has: 1. The square of G00 is a clique 2. Every edge eiþ1 (0 i n À 1) from Gi0 has the following property: If a is an edge from G0 adjacent to eiþ1 in Gi0 , then there exists an edge b from Gi0 such that a, b 2 C3 and b, eiþ1 2 C3; and Gn0 \ enþ1 is disconnected for every enþ1 from G0n .

II. Algorithms of the Helly Property The Helly property has developed into an extensive field since its introduction by Berge (1979). It is one of the most important concepts in hypergraph theory because it provides a common property in several classes of these set systems (Berge, 1979, 1987b). The Helly property is a natural generalization of the well-known Helly’s theorem stating that: Whenever every d þ 1 set of a collection of convex sets in Rd has a nonempty intersection, then the total intersection of these sets must be nonempty, too.

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