Invariants of One-Factorizations
Part of the Mathematics and Its Applications book series (MAIA, volume 390)
It is obvious that there is only one one-factor in K 2, and it (trivially) constitutes the unique one-factorization. Similarly K 4 has just three one-factors, and together they form a factorization.
KeywordsAutomorphism Group Isomorphism Class Triple System Hamilton Cycle Component Cycle
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