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2013

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2013

Planarity Testing and Embedding Maurizio Patrignani Crossings and Planarization Christoph Buchheim, Markus Chimani, Carsten… Expand

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2007

2007

This is the first in the series of articles stemming from a systematical investigation of finite edge-transitive tetravalent… Expand

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2006

2006

A characterisation is given of edge-transitive Cayley graphs of valency 4 on odd number of vertices. The characterisation is then… Expand

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2006

Highly Cited

2006

Our work examines the controlled agreement problem over a network of interconnected dynamic units. The agreement protocol has… Expand

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2005

Highly Cited

2005

A graph is claw-free if no vertex has three pairwise nonadjacent neighbours. At first sight, there seem to be a great variety of… Expand

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2004

2004

The normality of symmetry property of Cayley graphs of valencies 3 and 4 on the alternating group A5 is studied. We prove that… Expand

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2001

Highly Cited

2001

Graphs.- Groups.- Transitive Graphs.- Arc-Transitive Graphs.- Generalized Polygons and Moore Graphs.- Homomorphisms.- Kneser… Expand

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1994

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1994

This report contains expository notes about a function vartheta(G) that is popularly known as the Lovasz number of a graph G… Expand

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1987

Highly Cited

1987

Abstract A graph is weakly symmetric if its automorphism group is both vertex-transitive and edge-transitive. In 1971, Chao… Expand

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1984

Highly Cited

1984

Let G be a group acting symmetrically on a graph Σ, let G1 be a subgroup of G minimal among those that act symmetrically on… Expand

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