This is a C++ program to implement the Vizing’s Theorem.

1. This algorithm Implements Vizing’s Theorem.

2. According to this theorem, the chromatic index of the simple graph can be either maxDegree or maxDegree+1.

3. The chromatic index is the maximum number of color needed for the edge coloring of the graph.

1. This algorithm takes the input of the number of vertexes and the number of edges in the graph.

2. It takes the input of vertex pairs for the given number of edges.

3. It assigns a color to edges without assigning the same color to two adjacent edges.

4. Exit.

C++ Program to implement the Vizing’s Theorem.

This program is successfully run on Dev-C++ using TDM-GCC 4.9.2 MinGW compiler on a Windows system.

#include<iostream> using namespace std; // A function to color edges of the graph. void EdgeColoring(int edge[][3], int e) { int i, col, j; // Loop to assign a valid color to every edge 'i'. for(i = 0; i < e; i++) { col = 1; flag: // Assign a color and then check its validity. edge[i][2] = col; for(j = 0; j < e; j++) { if(j == i) continue; // Check the colors of the edges adjacent to the edge i. if(edge[j][0] == edge[i][0] || edge[j][0] == edge[i][1] || edge[j][1] == edge[i][0] || edge[j][1] == edge[i][1]) { // If the color matches then goto line 11 and assign next color to the edge and check again. if(edge[j][2] == edge[i][2]) { col++; goto flag; } } } } } int main() { int i, v, e, j, max = -1; // take the input of the number of vertex and edges. cout<<"Enter the number of vertexes of the graph: "; cin>>v; cout<<"Enter the number of edges of the graph: "; cin>>e; int edge[e][3], degree[v+1] = {0}; // Take the input of the adjacent vertex pairs of the given graph. for(i = 0; i < e; i++) { cout<<"\nEnter the vertex pair for edge "<<i+1; cout<<"\nV(1): "; cin>>edge[i][0]; cout<<"V(2): "; cin>>edge[i][1]; edge[i][2] = -1; degree[edge[i][0]]++; degree[edge[i][1]]++; } // Find the maximum degree. for(i = 1; i <= v; i++) { if(max < degree[i]) max = degree[i]; } // Color the edges of the graph. EdgeColoring(edge , e); cout<<"\nAccording to Vizing's theorem this graph can use a maximum of "<<max+1<<" colors to generate a valid edge coloring.\n\n"; for(i = 0; i < e; i++) cout<<"\nThe color of the edge between vertex V(1):"<<edge[i][0]<<" and V(2):"<<edge[i][1]<<" is: color"<<edge[i][2]<<"."; }

1. Take the input of the number of vertexes ‘v’ and number of edges ‘e’.

2. Take the input of ‘e’ vertex pairs for the ‘e’ edges in the graph in edge[][].

3. Calculate the degree of each vertex in degree[] and calculate maximum among them.

4. Using EdgeColoring(), Color the graph edges.

5. Inside EdgeColoring(), assign color to current edge as col i.e. 1 initially.

6. If any of the adjacent edges have the same color then discard this color and go to flag again and try next color.

7. Return to main and print the color for each edge.

8. Exit.

Case 1: Enter the number of vertexes of the graph: 4 Enter the number of edges of the graph: 5 Enter the vertex pair for edge 1 V(1): 1 V(2): 2 Enter the vertex pair for edge 2 V(1): 2 V(2): 3 Enter the vertex pair for edge 3 V(1): 3 V(2): 4 Enter the vertex pair for edge 4 V(1): 4 V(2): 1 Enter the vertex pair for edge 5 V(1): 1 V(2): 3 According to Vizing's theorem, this graph can use a maximum of 4 colors to generate a valid edge coloring The color of the edge between vertex V(1):1 and V(2): 2 is: color1. The color of the edge between vertex V(1):2 and V(2): 3 is: color2. The color of the edge between vertex V(1):3 and V(2): 4 is: color1. The color of the edge between vertex V(1):4 and V(2): 1 is: color2. The color of the edge between vertex V(1):1 and V(2): 3 is: color3. Case 2: Enter the number of vertexes of the graph: 3 Enter the number of edges of the graph: 3 Enter the vertex pair for edge 1 V(1): 1 V(2): 2 Enter the vertex pair for edge 2 V(1): 2 V(2): 3 Enter the vertex pair for edge 3 V(1): 3 V(2): 1 According to Vizing's theorem, this graph can use a maximum of 3 colors to generate a valid edge coloring The color of the edge between vertex V(1):1 and V(2): 2 is: color1. The color of the edge between vertex V(1):2 and V(2): 3 is: color2. The color of the edge between vertex V(1):3 and V(2): 1 is: color3.

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