TY - JOUR UR - http://lib.ugent.be/catalog/pug01:610007 ID - pug01:610007 LA - eng TI - An extremal characterization of projective planes PY - 2008 JO - (2008) Electronic Journal of Combinatorics SN - 1077-8926 PB - 2008 AU - De Winter, Stefaan WE01 001997138757 AU - Lazebnik, Felix AU - Verstraete, Jacques AB - In this article, we prove that amongst all n by n bipartite graphs of girth at least six, where n = q(2) + q + 1 >= 157, the incidence graph of a projective plane of order q, when it exists, has the maximum number of cycles of length eight. This characterizes projective planes as the partial planes with the maximum number of quadrilaterals. ER -Download RIS file
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