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Yacullo This paper studies the family of cyclic sequences of edges (of a connected plane graph) obtained by walking on edges in such a way that the next edge is, alternately, the one that is leftmost or rightmost with respect to the current edge. 1. INTRODUCTION Let C(G) denote the linear space c o n s i s t i n g of sets of edges of a connected graph respectively authors G under symmetric difference, and Z(G) are disjoint. Z(G) Such matters illuminate the structure of in case they are disjoint, C(G) then, by c o u n t i n g dimensions, e of G.

G of order v. Let f Then the group m a t r i x be a M(G,f) = (Mg,h) is defined by indexing a vxv m a t r i x by the elements of and d e f i n i n g mg,h = G by m g , h = f(h-g). ,d k} is defined by f(d) = 1 then if M(f) d e D is and otherwise. Strictly speaking M(f) is unique only up to a p e r m u t a t i o n of rows and columns but this is in no way r e l e v a n t to the present discussion. Group m a t r i c e s have an i n t e r e s t i n g p r o p e r t y w h i c h we refer to as the invariant scalar product p r o p e r t y (ISP property).

Let R be a finite ring w i t h unit. the additive group of R normal function. J(R) N(R,f) = N(f) N(f) Let A restricted function with the p r o p e r t y that f(1) = i denote the group of units of f on is called a R. Let be defined by = {g:g e J(k); f(gS) Because of the importance of = f(g)f(e) N(f) for every 0 E R}. in the next t h e o r e m we d e m o n s t r a t e a structural p r o p e r t y of this set. Proposition Proof. N(f) Let g and f(ghe) Since R is a subgroup of h be members of = f(g)f(hS) J(R).

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Combinatorial Mathematics III: Proceedings of the Third Australian Conference Held at the University of Queensland, 16–18 May, 1974 by V. G. Cerf, D. D. Cowan, R. C. Mullin, R. G. Stanton (auth.), Dr. Anne Penfold Street, Dr. Walter Denis Wallis (eds.)


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