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Distance-hereditary graph
also called completely separable graph

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  1. a graph in which the distances in any connected induced subgraph are the same as they are in the original graph

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  2. Distance-hereditary graphs may be recognized, and parsed into a sequence of pendant vertex and twin operations, in linear time

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  3. a term from graph-theoretic mathematics

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  4. Thus, any induced subgraph inherits the distances of the larger graph

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  5. Distance-hereditary graphs were named and first studied by , although an equivalent class of graphs was already shown to be perfect in 1970 by Olaru and Sachs

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