CUBIC SYMMETRIC GRAPHS OF ORDER 10p3 Ghasemi, Mohsen;
An automorphism group of a graph is said to be -regular if it acts regularly on the set of -arcs in the graph. A graph is -regular if its full automorphism group is -regular. In the present paper, all -regular cubic graphs of order are classified for each and each prime .
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