Let $G$ be a matching-covered graph, i.e., every edge is contained in a perfect matching. An edge subset $X$ of $G$ is feasible if there exists two perfect matchings $M_1$ and $M_2$ such that $|M_1\cap X|\not\equiv |M_2\cap X| \pmod 2$... (read more)

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