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Theorem 1 For any connected graph G, if the chromatic number [gamma](G) equal to the number of vertices.
5] does not mention the absence of local cut vertices or that the grid must be conforming, however the definition of a grid in that paper is that it be a "simplicial complex coming from the simplicial decomposition of a connected 2D manifold" which implies these conditions.
Vertices comprehensively addresses all media management issues, including vault management, inventory control, retention management and media tracking throughout the media's life cycle.
NOTE TO EDITORS: B&L and Vertices are registered trademarks and Vertices Automation Agent is a trademark of B&L Associates Inc.
Scanners let operators quickly and easily enter media information into the Vertices database for efficient, accurate tape management.
Vertices from B&L Associates, overcomes the limitations of traditional backup solutions by managing tapes through integration with system management applications.
With Vertices, not only can Backup Exec users manage their data and its resources, but now they can also tackle vault, inventory, and security management in an automated manner," said Michael Kramer, B&L vice president of sales and marketing.
The Vertices Automation Agent automatically captures relevant media information from ARCserveIT logs and inserts the information into the Vertices database.
B& is a Computer Associates Unicenter TNG Development Partner and Vertices has achieved the &uot;Unicentered&uot; level of integration.
0 technology, Vertices addresses all of these needs more efficiently than ever.
By integrating Vertices with Unicenter TNG, CA customers will have the opportunity to make removable media management an integral part of their overall systems control.
Vertices is a comprehensive, enterprise-wide, media management system that manages all removable media regardless of platform or source of data origination.