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Similarly if S is horizontal, the direction of the right edge is defined by the constraint and we give direction to the bottom edge so that the right-bottom vertex is either a source or a sink. We thus have an orientation of the edges of H satisfying all the constraints at the end of the traversal. It is easy to see that this orientation defines a directed acyclic graph. For a contradiction assume that there is a directed cycle C in H. Then take the bottommost vertex x of C which is to the right of every other bottommost vertex.

L(e1 ) = l(e2 ) or l(e3 ) = l(e4 ). 2. l(e0 ) = N and c(w1 ) < c(w2 ) if and only if c(w3 ) < c(w4 ). 3. l(e0 ) = F and c(w1 ) < c(w2 ) if and only if c(w3 ) > c(w4 ). The following lemma shows that if c is extendible with respect to l, then there is a (3k + 1, k)-threshold-coloring of G6 ; see [1] for the proof. Lemma 5. Consider the graph G6 in Fig. 6(a). Let l : E → {N, F } be an edge labeling of E and let c : (V − {u, v}) → {k + 2, . . , 2k + 1} be an extendible coloring with respect to l.

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