Cayley Graph The Sabidussi Theorem
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 Cayley graphs and coset diagrams 1 Introduction 2 Group actions
 Aug 2, 2006 1 Introduction. Let G be a finite group, and X a subset of G. The Cayley graph of G with respect ..
 designtheory.org
 CS E6204 Lecture 6 Cayley Graphs
 Sabidussi's Theorem is the basis for all work on recognizing whether or not an arbitrary graph is a Cayley graph. It is an absolutely fundamental result.
 www.cs.columbia.edu
 The planar cubic Cayley graphs
 is necessary if one wants to study the property of being a Cayley graph as a graphtheoretical invariant, like e.g. in Sabidussi's theorem [1, Proposition 3.
 www.math.tugraz.at
 BACHELOR THESIS Cayleygraphs and Free Groups
 Sabidussi's Theorem, but without proof, can be found in [5], p. 57. Theorem 4.
 homepage.univie.ac.at
 Cayley graphs formed by conjugate generating sets of Sn
 There are two main theorems in this paper.
 www.artofproblemsolving.com
Suggested Web Resources
 Cayley graph  Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 Sabidussi Theorem: A graph Γ is a Cayley graph of a group G if and only if it admits a simply transitive action of G by graph automorphisms (i.e.
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 Which graphs are Cayley graphs?  MathOverflow
 mathoverflow.net
 Cayley graphs and coset diagrams 1 Introduction 2 Group actions
 Aug 2, 2006 1 Introduction. Let G be a finite group, and X a subset of G. The Cayley graph of G with respect ..
 designtheory.org
 CS E6204 Lecture 6 Cayley Graphs
 Sabidussi's Theorem is the basis for all work on recognizing whether or not an arbitrary graph is a Cayley graph. It is an absolutely fundamental result.
 www.cs.columbia.edu
 arXiv:1102.2087v2 [math.GR] 2 Mar 2011
 is necessary if one wants to study the property of being a Cayley graph as a graphtheoretical invariant, like e.g. in Sabidussi's theorem [1, Proposition 3.
 arxiv.org
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