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The generalized Petersen graphs (GPGs) which have been invented by Watkins, may serve for perhaps the simplest nontrivial examples of " galactic " graphs, i.e. those with a nice property of having a semiregular automorphism. Some of them are also vertex-transitive or even more highly symmetric, and some are Cayley graphs. In this paper, we study a further(More)
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