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More speciﬁcally, for each integer t ≥ 1 we deﬁne variants of the two problems, named t-total vertex cover and t-total edge cover. In t-total vertex cover, or t-tvc for short, (resp. t-total edge cover, or t-tec for short), we ask whether there is a vertex cover (resp. edge cover) S of the input graph such that each connected component of the subgraph induced on S contains at least t vertices (resp. at least t edges from S). These problems were introduced by Fernau and Manlove [12] who initiated the study of the parameterized complexity of these problems.

There exists a coordinate im such that Pr[Wim |W ] ≤ ω ♦ (G) + 13 1 log n−m 1 Pr[W ] Proof: Assume without loss of generality that i1 , . . , im−1 ∈ {n − m + 1, . . , n} (the last m coordinates). 2 we obtain: n−m PX n An Yi Zi |W − PX n An |W PYi Zi |X n An ≤ (n − m) log i=1 1 . Pr[W ] Since the strategy is No-Signaling: n−m PX n An Yi Zi |W − PX n An |W PZi Yi |Xi ≤ (n − m) log i 1 . Pr[W ] This can be written as: n−m PX n An Yi Zi |W − PXi |W PX −i An |Xi ,W PZi Yi |Xi ≤ (n − m) log i 1 . 4, there exists a distribution QX −i An Y −i B n Y −i C n |Xi =x,Yi =y,Zi =z which can be implemented by a No-Signaling function and satisfy: n−m PXY Z QX −i An Y −i B n Y −i C n |XY Z − PXY ZX −i An Y −i B n Y −i C n |W ≤ 13 (n − m) log i=1 1 .

Let P and Q be parameterized problems. We say that P is polynomial time and parameter reducible to Q, written P ≤P tp Q, if there exists a polynomial time computable function f : Σ ∗ × N → Σ ∗ × N, and a polynomial p : N → N, and for all x ∈ Σ ∗ and k ∈ N, if f ((x, k)) = (x , k ), then (x, k) ∈ P if and only if (x , k ) ∈ Q, and k ≤ p (k). We call f a polynomial parameter transformation (or a PPT) from P to Q. This notion of a reduction is useful in showing kernel lower bounds because of the following theorem: Fact 2.