On small world non-Sunada twins and cellular Voronoi diagrams

V. Ustimenko, Institute of Mathematics Maria Curie-Skłdowska University, Institute of Telecommunications and Global Information Space NAS of Ukraine
2020 Algebra and discrete mathematics  
Special infinite families of regular graphs of unbounded degree and of bounded diameter (small world graphs) are considered. Two families of small world graphs Gi and Hi form a family of non-Sunada twins if Gi and Hi are isospectral of bounded diameter but groups Aut(Gi) and Aut(Hi) are nonisomorphic. We say that a family of non-Sunada twins is unbalanced if each Gi is edge-transitive but each Hi is edge-intransitive. If all Gi and Hi are edge-transitive we have a balanced family of small world
more » ... non-Sunada twins. We say that a family of non-Sunada twins is strongly unbalanced if each Gi is edge-transitive but each Hi is edge-intransitive. We use term edge disbalanced for the family of non-Sunada twins such that all graphs Gi and Hi are edge-intransitive. We present explicit constructions of the above defined families. Two new families of distance-regular—but not distance-transitive—graphs will be introduced.
doi:10.12958/adm1343 fatcat:p7bsw2lbzrgehl3yq5vzlejzry