By S. Ajoodani-Namini, G. B. Khosrovshahi (auth.), Charles J. Colbourn, Ebadollah S. Mahmoodian (eds.)
On March 28~31, 1994 (Farvardin 8~11, 1373 through Iranian calendar), the Twenty 5th Annual Iranian arithmetic convention (AIMC25) used to be held at Sharif collage of know-how in Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran. Its sponsors in~ eluded the Iranian Mathematical Society, and the dept of Mathematical Sciences at Sharif collage of know-how. one of the keynote audio system have been Professor Dr. Andreas costume and Professor Richard ok. man. Their plenary lec~ tures on combinatorial issues have been complemented by means of invited and contributed lectures in a Combinatorics consultation. This ebook is a set of refereed papers, submitted basically via the individuals after the convention. the themes lined are diversified, spanning quite a lot of combinatorics and al~ lied components in discrete arithmetic. possibly the energy and diversity of the pa~ pers the following function the simplest symptoms that combinatorics is advancing speedy, and that the Iranian arithmetic neighborhood comprises very energetic individuals. we are hoping that you just locate the papers mathematically stimulating, and wait for an extended and efficient progress of combinatorial arithmetic in Iran.
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6 GROUPS, AND POLYNOMIALS OF GRAPHS Five groups are associated with every nonempty graph G: the degree preserving group r d(G), the (vertex) group r(G), the induced edge group r,(G), the edge group r'(G), and the total group r"(G). The total group ofG is the group of all association preserving permutations ofthe elements of G. For the isomorphism of any two of these five groups necessary and sufficient conditions for G exist. For example, we have the following theorem . 1 For any graph G 1= KI, r(G) ~ r"(G) if and only if no component of G is either a cycle or a complete graph.
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We have not explored the recursive techniques here, and refer the interested reader to [6, 8]. J. COLBOURN Let us close with a few open problems. Constructions from pairwise balanced designs aft"ord a number of dramatic improvements on other recursive constructions. Thus it would be particularly interesting to extend the battery of constructions for pairwise balanced designs with large (and hopefully prime power) block sizes. Greig  has made progress in this direction, and it appears to be a very important direction for future research.