On Isomorphisms of Finite Cayley Graphs


A Cayley graph Cay(G, S) of a group G is called a CI-graph if whenever T is another subset of G for which Cay(G, S) ∼= Cay(G, T ), there exists an automorphism σ of G such that Sσ = T . For a positive integer m, the group G is said to have the m-CI property if all Cayley graphs of G of valency m are CI-graphs; further, if G has the k-CI property for all k… (More)
DOI: 10.1006/eujc.1998.0243


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