@misc{Rafayel_Kamalian_On,
author={Rafayel Kamalian},
howpublished={online},
language={English},
abstract={A proper edge t-coloring of an undirected, simple, finite, connected graph G is a coloring of its edges with colors 1, 2, ..., t such that all colors are used, and no two adjacent edges receive the same color. A cyclically interval t-coloring of a graph G is a proper edge t-coloring of G such that for each its vertex x, either the set of colors used on edges incident to x or the set of colors not used on edges incident to x forms an interval of integers. For any t ∈ N, let Mt be the set of graphs for which there exists a cyclically-interval t-coloring. Examples of bipartite graphs that do not belong to the class S t≥1 Mt are constructed.},
title={On the Existence of Bipartite Graphs Which are notCyclically-Interval Colorable},
type={Conference},
}