Daniel A. Quiroz
Daniel A. Quiroz
Associate Professor, Instituto de Ingeniería Matemática, Universidad de Valparaiso
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On the generalised colouring numbers of graphs that exclude a fixed minor
J van den Heuvel, PO de Mendez, D Quiroz, R Rabinovich, S Siebertz
European Journal of Combinatorics 66, 129-144, 2017
362017
Chromatic numbers of exact distance graphs
J van den Heuvel, HA Kierstead, DA Quiroz
Journal of Combinatorial Theory, Series B 134, 143-163, 2019
112019
Model-checking for successor-invariant first-order formulas on graph classes of bounded expansion
J van den Heuvel, S Kreutzer, M Pilipczuk, DA Quiroz, R Rabinovich, ...
2017 32nd Annual ACM/IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science (LICS), 1-11, 2017
72017
Colouring exact distance graphs of chordal graphs
DA Quiroz
Discrete Mathematics 343 (5), 111769, 2020
52020
Model-checking on ordered structures
K Eickmeyer, J Heuvel, K Kawarabayashi, S Kreutzer, POD Mendez, ...
ACM Transactions on Computational Logic (TOCL) 21 (2), 1-28, 2020
32020
Clique immersions and independence number
S Bustamante, DA Quiroz, M Stein, J Zamora
arXiv preprint arXiv:1907.01720, 2019
32019
Chromatic and structural properties of sparse graph classes
DA Quiroz
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), 2017
22017
Universal arrays
M Pavez-Signé, DA Quiroz, N Sanhueza-Matamala
arXiv preprint arXiv:2001.05767, 2020
12020
Large immersions in graphs with independence number 3 and 4
S Bustamante, DA Quiroz, M Stein, J Zamora
Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science 346, 221-228, 2019
12019
Birth and death chains on finite trees: computing their stationary distribution and hitting times
JL Palacios, D Quiroz
Methodology and Computing in Applied Probability 18 (2), 487-498, 2016
12016
Clique immersions in graphs of independence number two with certain forbidden subgraphs
DA Quiroz
Discrete Mathematics 344 (6), 112365, 2021
2021
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