Message boards : News : Flyby graphs. Part 2

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hoarfrost Volunteer moderator Project administrator Project developer Project tester Volunteer developer Volunteer tester Project scientist Help desk expert Send message Joined: 11 Aug 17 Posts: 394 Credit: 12,291,025 RAC: 23,122 |
Dear folks! On preliminary results page, we publish the second part of Flyby graphs! [R9_000565630_02] - 38 vertices and 94 edges. The third known graph with 38 vertices, but with 94 edges (in early finded graphs numbers of edges equals to 106 and 96). [R9_000572497_01] - 113616 vertices and 675264 edges. The new second known largest graph from orthogonal diagonal Latin squares of rank 9 and the third over entire processed space of ODLS! Also, you can see this animation (13.4 Mb) of gradual drawing of this graph. [R9_000585425_01] - 224 vertices and 1112 edges. The first graph with 224 vertices and only the sixth - in range of [200 .. 299] vertices in a graph. [R9_000604259_01] - 4048 vertices and 6968 edges. Another interesting graph arises between large graphs with 2388 and 9056 vertices! Also, you can see this animation (4.7 Mb). [R9_000698093_02] - 56 vertices and 284 edges. New construction from future of space exploration. :) [R9_000704747_01] - 72 vertices and 294 edges. Astonishing graph! Triangle-based figure with "vertex elements" like some of the previously detected graphs! [R9_000704751_02] - 120 vertices and 924 edges. One more triangle-base graph with a figure above each angle! Thank you for your participation and happy crunching! :) |

Message boards : News : Flyby graphs. Part 2

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