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Derived voltage graphs come from an adjunction

  title={Derived voltage graphs come from an adjunction},
  author={Gejza Jenvca},
We prove that the notion of a derived voltage graph comes from an adjunction between the category of voltage graphs and the category of group labeled graphs. 

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