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Understanding the structure of a graph along with the structure of its subgraphs is important for several problems in graph theory. Two examples are the Reconstruction Conjecture and isomorph-free generation. This paper raises the question of which pairs of groups can be represented as the automorphism groups of a graph and a vertex-deleted subgraph. This,… (More)

In this paper, we investigate the polynomial integrand of an integral formula that yields the expected length of the minimal spanning tree of a graph whose edges are uniformly distributed over the interval [0, 1]. In particular, we derive a general formula for the coefficients of the polynomial and apply it to express the first few coefficients in terms of… (More)

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