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The study of domination in Cartesian products has received its main motivation from attempts to settle a conjecture made by V.G. Vizing in 1968. He conjectured that γ(G)γ(H) is a lower bound for the domination number of the Cartesian product of any two graphs G and H. Most of the progress on settling this conjecture has been limited to verifying the conjectured lower bound if one of the graphs has a certain structural property. In addition, a number of authors have established bounds fordoi:10.7151/dmgt.1201 fatcat:6o4amed5vjc3llrid7ip67epze