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On state transfer in Cayley graphs for abelian groups

  title={On state transfer in Cayley graphs for abelian groups},
  author={Arnbjorg Soff'ia 'Arnad'ottir and Chris D. Godsil},
. In this paper, we characterize perfect state transfer in Cayley graphs for abelian groups that have a cyclic Sylow-2-subgroup. This generalizes a result of Baˇsi´c from 2013 where he provides a similar characterization for Cayley graphs of cyclic groups. 

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