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Hello all,

I have a few conjectures that I want to test concerning distance-regular graphs. They would be easy to test on a computer, but I am wondering whether anyone knows of a place where I can get a ton of sample intersection arrays, in some sort of computer format, to test? For example, in the book by Brouwer, Cohen, and Neumaier has a ton of them in the back, but entering them all would take forever. I'm wondering whether someone has already done it, and would mind sharing with me.


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Perahps test your conjectures on the known classes of distance-regular graphs? They are listed at . – Joseph O'Rourke Apr 21 '11 at 11:59

See (the web page of A. Brouwer) -- he has data, and I am guessing that he would be receptive to questions, as well.

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Thanks, that sounds like good advice. – Greg Markowsky Apr 22 '11 at 5:47

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