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By Chris Godsil, Gordon F. Royle

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C. Godsil and G.F. Royle

Algebraic Graph Theory

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Hence these correspond to four orbitals, the first being the diagonal orbital, with the remaining three yielding the graphs J(7, 3, 2) , J(7, 3, 1 ) , and J(7, 3, 0) . It is clear that G is a subgroup of the automorphism group of each of these graphs, but although it can be shown that G is the full automorphism group of J(7, 3, 2) and J(7, 3, 0), it is not the full automorphism group of J(7, 3, 1 ) ! V gives rise to a graph or an oriented graph. 3 The automorphism group of J(1, 3, 1) contains a group isomorphic to Sym(8) .

WEST, Introduction to Graph Theory, Prentice Hall Inc. , Upper Saddle River, NJ, 1996. 2 Groups The automorphism group of a graph is very naturally viewed as a group of permutations of its vertices, and so we now present some basic informa­ tion about permutation groups. This includes some simple but very useful counting results, which we will use to show that the proportion of graphs on n vertices that have nontrivial automorphism group tends to zero as n tends to infinity. (This is often expres by the expresion "almost all graphs are asymmetric.

Let X be a connected graph. Let T(X) be the graph with the span­ ning tre of X as its vertices, where two spanning trees are adjacent if the symmetric difference of their edge sets has size two. Show that T( X) is connected. Show that if two trees have isomorphic line graphs, they are isomorphic. Use Euler's identity to show that K5 is not planar. Construct an infinite family of self-dual planar graphs. 24. A graph is self-complementary if it is isomorphic to its complement. Show that L(K3,3 ) is self-complementary.

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