Can anyone help me with the exact definition of brick product of graphs, say path, cycle.
I am not able to find a paper with a clear definition on the internet. Can anyone give me a URL to such a paper?
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Sign up to join this communityCan anyone help me with the exact definition of brick product of graphs, say path, cycle.
I am not able to find a paper with a clear definition on the internet. Can anyone give me a URL to such a paper?
On a class of Hamiltonian laceable 3-regular graphs, contains the definition of the brick product of even cycles, with figures showing examples. See also Rainbow connection in brick product graphs.