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In this paper, it is proved that the complement of the zero-divisor graph of a partially ordered set is weakly perfect if it has finite clique number, completely answering the question raised by Joshi and Khiste [‘Complement of the zero divisor graph of a lattice’, Bull. Aust. Math. Soc.89 (2014), 177–190]. As a consequence, the intersection graph of an intersection-closed family of nonempty subsets of a set is weakly perfect if it has finite clique number. These results are applied to annihilating-ideal graphs and intersection graphs of submodules.
A graph is called weakly perfect if its chromatic number equals its clique number. In this paper a new class of weakly perfect graphs arising from rings are presented and an explicit formula for the chromatic number of such graphs is given.
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