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An Exhaustive Search Algorithm for Finding Hamiltonian Cycles
(EIK,Elektronische Informationsverarbeitung und Kybernetik, Universität Trier, Akademie Verlag, 1980)
The paper suggests an exhaustive search algorithm for finding Hamiltonian circuits in an undirected graph based on depth-first search and working successfully on sparse graphs. The method is based on the idea not to ...
ON CYCLE INVARIANT
Taking the programming paradigm with the cycle invariant as a base notion there for a ground cycle paradigm, in a more general setting here these things are considered. Epistemological aspects with reference to Rene Descartes ...
Ornamental sign language in the first order tracery belts
(Prespacetime Journal, 2010)
We consider an ornamental sign language of first order where principles of sieve displacement, of asymmetric building blocks as a base of ornament symmetry, color exchangeability and side equivalence principles work. Generic ...
How to draw combinatorial maps?
In this article we consider the combinatorial map (rendered by permutations) approach to graphs on surfaces and how between both could be establish some terminological uniformity in favor of combinatorial maps in the way ...
On building 4-critical plane and projective plane multiwheels from odd wheels
We build unbounded classes of plane and projective plane multiwheels that are 4-critical that are received summing odd wheels as edge sums modulo two. These classes can be considered as ascending from a single common graph ...
On Dirac magnetic monopole and Hopf fibration
ORNAMENTAL SIGN LANGUAGE IN THE FIRST ORDER TRACERY BELTS
(QuantumDream, Inc., 2013-09-02)
Testing 4-critical plane and projective plane multiwheels using Mathematica
In this article we explore 4-critical graphs using Mathematica. We generate graph patterns according [1, D. Zeps. On building 4-critical plane and projective plane multiwheels from odd wheels, arXiv:1202.4862v1]. Using ...
On Grinbergs' differential geometry and finite fields
Emanuels Grinbergs, in his youth, during ten years, from 1933 until 1943, wrote three dissertations on one subject, namely, differential geometry [1, 2, 3]. We think that his work in this direction has been neglected for ...
Using 2-colorings in the theory of uniquely Hamiltonian graphs
We use the concept of 2-coloring in analyzing UH3 graphs and building exact specifications of functions to find new UH3 graphs by Hamiltonian cycle edge extractions