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In graph theory, a clique cover or partition into cliques of a given undirected graph is a partition of the vertices of the graph into cliques, subsets of vertices within which every two vertices are adjacent. A minimum clique cover is a clique cover that uses as few cliques as possible. The minimum k for which a clique cover exists is called the clique cover number of the given graph. Relation to coloring A clique cover of a graph G may be seen as a graph coloring of the complement graph of G, the graph on the same vertex set that has edges between non-adjacent vertices of G. Like clique covers, graph colorings are partitions of the set of vertices, but into subsets with no adjacencies (independent sets) rather than cliques. A subset of vertices is a clique in G if and only if it is an independent set in the complement of G, so a partition of the vertices of G is a clique cover of G if and only if it is a coloring of the complement of G. Computational complexity The clique cover problem in computational complexity theory is the algorithmic problem of finding a minimum clique cover, or (rephrased as a decision problem) finding a clique cover whose number of cliques is below a given threshold. Finding a minimum clique cover is NP-hard, and its decision version is NP-complete. It was one of Richard Karp's original 21 problems shown NP-complete in his 1972 paper 'Reducibility Among Combinatorial Problems'. The equivalence between clique covers and coloring is a reduction that can be used to prove the NP-completeness of the clique cover problem from the known NP-completeness of graph coloring. In special classes of graphs Perfect graphs are defined as the graphs in which, for every induced subgraph, the chromatic number (minimum number of colors in a coloring) equals the size of the maximum clique. According to the weak perfect graph theorem, the complement of a perfect graph is also perfect. Therefore, the perfect graphs are also the graphs in which, for every induced subgraph, the clique cover number equals the size of the maximum independent set.
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