Matching extendability is significant in graph theory and its applications. The basic notion in this direction is n-extendability introduced by Plummer in 1980. Motivated by the different natures of bipartite matchings and non-bipartite matchings, this paper investigates bipartite-matching extendable (BM-extendable) graphs. A graph G is said to be BM-extendable if every matching M which is a perfect...
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