@Article{,
author="",
title="Bulletin of the Iranian Mathematical Society",
journal="Bulletin of the Iranian Mathematical Society",
year="2015",
volume="41",
number="3",
pages="-",
abstract="",
issn="1017-060X",
doi="",
url="http://bims.iranjournals.ir/article_630.html"
}
@Article{Ahmad2015,
author="Ahmad, I.
and Higgins, P. M.",
title="On the bandwidth of Mobius graphs",
journal="Bulletin of the Iranian Mathematical Society",
year="2015",
volume="41",
number="3",
pages="545-550",
abstract="Bandwidth labelling is a well known research area in graph theory. We
provide a new proof that the bandwidth of Mobius ladder is 4, if it
is not a $K_{4}$, and investigate the bandwidth of a wider class
of Mobius graphs of even strips.",
issn="1017-060X",
doi="",
url="http://bims.iranjournals.ir/article_631.html"
}
@Article{Rezaeezadeh2015,
author="Rezaeezadeh, G. R.
and Bibak, M.
and Sajjadi, M.",
title="Characterization of projective special linear groups in dimension three by their orders and degree patterns",
journal="Bulletin of the Iranian Mathematical Society",
year="2015",
volume="41",
number="3",
pages="551-580",
abstract="The prime graph $\Gamma(G)$ of a group $G$ is
a graph with vertex set $\pi(G)$, the set of primes dividing the
order of $G$, and two distinct vertices $p$ and $q$ are adjacent
by an edge written $p\sim q$ if there is an element in $G$ of
order $pq$. Let $\pi(G)=\{p_{1},p_{2},...,p_{k}\}$. For
$p\in\pi(G)$, set $deg(p):=|\{q \in\pi(G)| p\sim q\}|$, which is
called the degree of $p$. We also set
$D(G):=(deg(p_{1}),deg(p_{2}),...,deg(p_{k}))$, where
$p_{1}