Imprimitivity of locally finite, 1-ended, planar graphs

  title={Imprimitivity of locally finite, 1-ended, planar graphs},
  author={Jozef Sir{\'a}n and Mark E. Watkins},
  journal={Ars Math. Contemp.},
Using results from group theory, we offer a concise proof of the imprimitivity of locally finite, vertex-transitive, 1-ended planar graphs, a result previously established by J. E. Graver and M. E. Watkins (2004) using graph-theoretical methods. 
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