Metric dimension of a direct sum and direct product of metric spaces
For an arbitrary metric space (X, d) subset A \subset X is called resolving if for any two points x \ne y \in X there exists point a in subset A for which following inequality holds d(a, x) \ne d(a, y). Cardinality of the subset A with the least amount of points is called metric dimension.
In general, the problem of finding metric dimension of a metric space is NP–hard . In this paper metric dimension for particular constructs of metric spaces is provided. In particular, it is fully characterized metric dimension for the direct sum of metric spaces and shown some properties of the metric dimension of direct product.
Key words: metric dimension, direct sum of metric spaces, direct product of metric spaces.
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Language of the article: Ukrainian
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