# A census of semisymmetric cubic graphs on up to 768 vertices by Conder M., Malniс A.

By Conder M., Malniс A.

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E. Conder, A. Malniˇc, D. Maruˇsiˇc, T. Pisanski and P. Potoˇcnik, “The edge-transitive but not vertextransitive cubic graph on 112 vertices”, J. Graph Theory 50 (2005), 25–42. 9. H. T. P. A. A. Wilson, Atlas of finite groups, Oxford University Press, Eynsham, 1985. 10. D. Dixon and B. Mortimer, Permutation Groups, Springer–Verlag, New York, 1996. L. Miller, “Regular groups of automorphisms of cubic graphs,” J. Combin. Theory. 11. Z. B 29 (1980), 195–230. 12. P. nz/~peter. Springer 294 J Algebr Comb (2006) 23: 255–294 13.

Math. Combin. Comput. 40 (2002), 41–63. 8. E. Conder, A. Malniˇc, D. Maruˇsiˇc, T. Pisanski and P. Potoˇcnik, “The edge-transitive but not vertextransitive cubic graph on 112 vertices”, J. Graph Theory 50 (2005), 25–42. 9. H. T. P. A. A. Wilson, Atlas of finite groups, Oxford University Press, Eynsham, 1985. 10. D. Dixon and B. Mortimer, Permutation Groups, Springer–Verlag, New York, 1996. L. Miller, “Regular groups of automorphisms of cubic graphs,” J. Combin. Theory. 11. Z. B 29 (1980), 195–230.

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