Distance distribution of nodes in star graphs
The purpose of the work is to provide a solution to the long-standing problem of computing the distance distribution among the nodes in a star graph, i.e., computing the exact number of nodes at a distance k from the identity node in a star graph where k varies from 0 to the diameter of the graph. A star graph is a Cayley graph like a hypercube; for a hypercube Qn, there are exactly nodes at a distance r from the identity node where r varies from 0 to n.
Cayley graph; Diameter; Distance distribution; Star graph
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Srimani, P. K.
Distance distribution of nodes in star graphs.
Applied Mathematics Letters, 19(8),