# Tagged Questions

Algebraic methods in Graph Theory; the linear algebra method, graph homomorphisms, group theoretic methods (for example Cayley graphs), and graph invariants. For graph eigenvalue problems use the spectral-graph-theory tag. For strongly regular graphs use the strongly-regular-graph tag. For ...

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### Computing canonical forms from orbit partitions

Suppose we know the orbit partition of the vertices of a graph (due to the action of its automorphism group). Is it easy (as in "polynomial time") to generate a canonical form (aka "canonical labeling"...
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### Intersection of ideals corresponding to simplicial complexes at different points?

Suppose I have two simplicial complexies $\triangle_1$ and $\triangle_2$. Consider their Stanley-Reisner ideals $I(\triangle_1)$ and $I(\triangle_2)$. I want to get their intersections when they meet ...
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### Characterizing graphs whose Incidence Matrix has the all ones vector in its row span

Suppose we have a simple connected graph $G=(V,E)$. Then let $A$ be its $|E|\times |V|$ incidence matrix. Here I am considering the unoriented incidence matrix. I want to known when the row span of $A$...
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### Generating (or availability of) large strongly regular graphs

Are there collections of already generated large strongly regular graphs available to download? By large I mean $n \geq 200$ where $n$ is the number of vertices. I found Ted Spence's page on srgs, ...
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### Diameter of the modified bubble-sort graph

The modified bubble-sort graph is the Cayley graph $Cay(S_n,S)$ of $S_n$ generated by $n$ cyclically adjacent transpositions. Thus $S = \{ (1,2),(2,3),\ldots,(n,1)\}$. I was wondering whether the ...
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### Relationship of Weisfeiler-Lehman algorithm to weak isomorphism of coherent algebras

A coherent algebra is a matrix algebra (over $\mathbb{C}$) closed under conjugate transpose and Schur (entrywise) product, and that contains the identity matrix $I$ and all ones matrix $J$. Given ...
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### Cayley graphs with special subgraphs and some related problems

I asked some questions about finite Cayley graphs with special type of subgraphs which has been answered by Dear Prof. Godsil. It can be seen in the MO page with address: Cayley graphs and its ...
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### A traveling time problem

Given any undirected, connected and simple graph $G(V,E)$,each node of which is considered as a city. We call $j$ a neighbor of $i$ if $(i,j)\in E$. $N_i$ is the set of neighbors of $i$. $|V|=N$ ...
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### Complete graph invariant

Does anybody know whether the multiset of the determinants (possibly together with the order of the submatrix they refer to) of all the principal minors of the (symmetric) adjacency matrix of a graph ...
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### A question on graphs

Do there exist a family of graphs with the property: $$\left|\alpha\left({G \boxtimes \bar{G}}\right) - \alpha\left({\overline{G \boxtimes \bar{G}}}\right)\right| = O(\log(N_{G}))$$ where $G$ is the ...
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### vertex transitive graphs with 4p vertices with an imprimitivity block of length p and lexicographic product

Let $\Gamma$ be a vertex transitive graph with $4p$ vertices, where $p$ is an odd prime. Let $\Delta$ be an imprimitive block of length $p$ for the automorphism group of the graph. How can I prove ...
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### tutte's kirchhoff matrix and the matrix-tree theorem for digraphs

In his books, Tutte tells often of how he and his friends in Cambridge introduced a theory of non-symmetric electricity. His tales are always amusing and enjoyable, but often lack precise references; ...
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### Graduate Schools for Graph Theory [closed]

I am a rising senior in a small liberal arts college, and I was wondering if anyone could suggest me good graduate schools for graph theory. My only exposure to graph theory has been the intro graph ...
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### Do right-profiles determine graphs up to isomorphism?

For graphs $G$ and $H$, let $h(G,H)$ denote the number of graph homomorphisms from $G$ to $H$. Fix some enumeration $G_1,G_2,\ldots$ of (isomorphism classes of) the set $\mathbf{D}$ of finite graphs, ...
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### Tutte polynomials, graph complements and degree sequences

Harary and Akiyama asked whether there exists a non self-complementary (SC) graph $G$ having the same chromatic polynomial as its complement. It was later shown that there indeed exist such graphs ...
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### Distance between vertices in a vertex transitive graphs. [closed]

Can anybody help me in finding out the distances between vertices in a vertex transitive graphs. Is there any specific formula to calculate distance between vertices in this graph. Thanks for your ...
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### signs of eigenvalues

Let $\Gamma$ be a multiple edge free (di)graph (with or without loop). Let $A$ be its adjacency matrix. It is clear that if $\lambda^2$ is an eigenvalue of $A^2$, then $\lambda$ or $-\lambda$ is an ...
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### automorphisms of graphs and finite permutation groups

I am interested in automorphisms of graphs and in using tools from permutation groups (especially such as in Wielandt's text on finite permutation groups, which I have been studying). What are some ...
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### Is there any relation between automorphism group of a Cayley graph over a group and over its subgroup?

Let $\Gamma=Cay(G,S)$ be a Cayley graph over a group $G$, $H$ be a proper subgroup of $G$ and $\Sigma=Cay(H,T)$ where $S$ and $T$ are inversed-closed subsets of $G$ and $H$ not containing idendity, ...
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### What are some interesting almost equitable partitions which are not equitable?

There have been questions lately about almost equitable partitions in graphs, for example this one which provides the definition.) Every equitable partition is almost equitable. The converse is true ...
### simple graphs of degree 16 with a semiregular normal subgroup isomorphic to the quaternion group $Q_8$
Is there any simple graph $\Gamma$ with 16 vertices with full automorphism group $G$ such that $H\cong Q_8$ be a semiregular normal subgroup of $G$?
Let $G$ and $Cay(A,S)$ be strongly regular graphs with the same parameters. Is it true that $G$ is a cayley graph?