I am interested in graphical representations of finite groups. Today I discovered that...

"For every finitely generated group G there exists a graph X such that the automorphism group of X, Aut(X) is isomorphic to G."

An interesting theorem. Well, I thought so anyway. Just had to be. All based on my intuition.

The branch of mathematics which studies this area is called Algebraic Graph Theory.

2-2018 Teaching by misleading

2 months ago

Hi, I am slowly trying to reorganize and solidify

ReplyDelete"The Matrices of Pascal and Other Greats"

AMM March 2001

There are several other articles in the AMM that deal with the same subject. For some reason I am fascinated with the subject and process. I think they might be missing some pertinent connections.

OTOH: perhaps it's my ignorance that's showing.

Ray