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Toussaint. Quadrangulations of planar sets. In Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Algorithms and Data Structures, pages 218–227. SpringerVerlag, 1995. cn Abstract. Let G = (V, E) be an edge-colored graph. A matching of G is called heterochromatic if its any two edges have diﬀerent colors. Unlike uncolored matchings for which the maximum matching problem is solvable in polynomial time, the maximum heterochromatic matching problem is NP-complete. This means that to ﬁnd both suﬃcient and necessary good conditions for the existence of perfect heterochromatic matchings should be not easy.

L. L. Chia colored from the list (because |L(w) − {c1 , . . , cnk }| ≥ 1). Hence ch(G) ≤ nk + 1 so that ch(G) = nk + 1. (ii) Let A be a set of size (n − 1)k and let A be partitioned into n − 1 subsets C2 , C3 , . . , Cn each of size k. Let D2 , D3 , . . , Dn be pairwise disjoint sets each of size (n − 1)k such that Di ∩ A = Ci for each i = 2, 3, . . , n. Let Dn, k = {B = B2 ∪ B3 ∪ · · · ∪ Bn | Bi ⊆ Di , |Bi | = k, i = 2, 3, . . , n, B ∩ A = ∅} . (n−1)k n−1 k (n−1)k n−1 (n−2)k n−1 . k (n−2)k n−1 Note that respectively k k lists B2 ∪B3 ∪· · · ∪Bn where Bi ⊆ Di (respectively Then |Dn, k | = − ( ) counts the number of those Bi ⊆ Di − Ci ) and |Bi | = k, i = 2, 3, .

Theorem B. (Chen [7]) Let G be a 2-connected graph and c an integer. If max{id(u), id(v) | d(u, v) = 2} ≥ c/2, then G contains either a Hamilton cycle or a cycle of length at least c. On the other hand, Bedrossian et al. [1] gave a further generalization of Fan’s theorem. They imposed one more restriction on the pair of vertices u and v: they must be vertices of an induced claw or an induced modiﬁed claw. Theorem C. ([Bedrossian et al. [1]) Let G be a 2-connected graph and c an integer. If max{d(u), d(v)} ≥ c/2 for each pair of nonadjacent vertices u and v that are vertices of an induced claw or an induced modiﬁed claw of G, then G contains either a Hamilton cycle or a cycle of length at least c.