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All the new cycles are shown in Fig. 2. This may allow us to find pancyclic graphs for up to n D 9 vertices, with only n C 2 edges, and in fact examples exist for n Ä 8 (see Fig. 5, below). However, there is no example for n D 9, as was shown by Shi . n/ D 2 if and only if 6 Ä n Ä 8. 38 4 Minimal Pancyclicity A B C Fig. 2 Two chords a b d c Fig. 3 The layout for nine vertices A pancyclic graph on 9 vertices needs at least 7 cycles, so such a graph with two chords must be of type C. To see that no such graph is pancyclic, suppose the numbers of edges in the segments of the Hamilton cycle (lengths of the segments) are as shown in Fig.
2 Small Cases In this section we find all UPC graphs with two or fewer chords. These results were originally discovered by Shi . Say a pancyclic graph contains one chord. Then it contains three cycles: the Hamilton cycle, and the two cycles including the chord. So the graph must contain at most five vertices, and to be UPC, exactly five. Again there is obviously only one example, with five vertices and a chord of deficiency 1. Suppose there are two chords. The possibilities are illustrated in Fig.
1007/978-3-319-31951-3_5 49 50 5 Uniquely Pancyclic Graphs b a b c Type B d c Type C b a a d c Type A Fig. 1 Possibilities for two chords No chord One chord A B Two chords Fig. 2 UPC graphs with two or fewer chords in either one cycle (if they are disjoint or have a common endpoint, that is they are type A or B) or two cycles if they are skew (type C). In the first case we must have n D 8; in the second, n D 9. In case A, a C b C c C d D 4 and neither a nor c can be zero.
Analysis on Graphs and Its Applications (Proceedings of Symposia in Pure Mathematics) by Pavel Exner, Jonathan P. Keating, Visit Amazon's Peter Kuchment Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Peter Kuchment, , Toshikazu Sunada, and Alexander Teplyaev, Alexander Teplyaev