## Complexity Results for Three-dimensional Orthogonal Graph Drawing
Patrignani, Maurizio
(2006)
Full text not available from this repository. ## AbstractWe introduce the 3SAT reduction framework which can be used to prove the NP-hardness of finding three-dimensional orthogonal drawings with specific constraints. We use it to show that finding a drawing of a graph whose edges have a fixed shape is NP-hard. Also, it is NP-hard finding a drawing of a graph with nodes at prescribed positions when a maximum of two bends per edge is allowed. We comment the impact of these results on the two open problems of determining whether a graph always admits a 3D orthogonal drawing with at most two bends per edge and of characterizing orthogonal shapes admitting a drawing without intersections.
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