Associated Words: dichromatic, dichromatism, dichromic.
"Putnam's Word Book" by Louis A. Flemming
Dichromatism: the possession of two color varieties.
"Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology" by John. B. Smith
Sexual dichromatism is striking.
"Systematics of Megachiropteran Bats in the Solomon Islands" by Carleton J. Phillips
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Behzad Sajadi, Aditi Majumder, Manuel M Oliveira, Rosália G Schneider, Ramesh Raskar, "Using Patterns to Encode Color Information for Dichromats," IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, vol 99, no.
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The organization of the paper is as follows: in Section 2 we recall the deﬁnitions of the dichromatic polynomial, deﬁne the appropriate specializations and explain how we will deﬁne the chain complexes.
Categorification of the Dichromatic Polynomial for Graphs
The dichromatic polynomial of the graph, PG (q , v), is the two-variable generalization of the chromatic polynomial of the graph.
Categorification of the Dichromatic Polynomial for Graphs
Furthermore, from (A1) we have a recursive expression for the dichromatic polynomial in terms of the value of the polynomial on graphs with a smaller number of edges.
Categorification of the Dichromatic Polynomial for Graphs
By repeated use of (A1) we will obtain the value of the dichromatic polynomial as a sum of contributions from all spanning subgraphs of G (subgraphs that contain all vertices of G), which we will call states.
Categorification of the Dichromatic Polynomial for Graphs
Our aim is to deﬁne a graded chain complex whose graded Euler characteristic is equal to the dichromatic polynomial.
Categorification of the Dichromatic Polynomial for Graphs
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