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 A218090 Number of unlabeled point-determining bipartite graphs on n vertices. 3
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 OFFSET 0,5 COMMENTS A graph is point-determining if no two vertices have the same set of neighbors. This kind of graph is also called a mating graph. LINKS Ira Gessel and Ji Li, Enumeration of point-determining graphs, arXiv:0705.0042 [math.CO] Andy Hardt, Pete McNeely, Tung Phan, and Justin M. Troyka, Combinatorial species and graph enumeration, arXiv:1312.0542 [math.CO]. EXAMPLE Consider n = 3. The triangle graph is point-determining, but it is not bipartite, so it is not counted in a(3). The graph *--*--* is bipartite, but it is not point-determining (the vertices on the two ends have the same neighborhood), so it is also not counted in a(3). The only graph counted in a(3) is the graph *--*  *. - Justin M. Troyka, Nov 27 2013 CROSSREFS Cf. A006024, A004110 (labeled and unlabeled point-determining graphs). Cf. A092430, A004108 (labeled and unlabeled connected point-determining graphs). Cf. A232699 (labeled point-determining bipartite graphs). Cf. A232700, A088974 (labeled and unlabeled connected point-determining bipartite graphs). Sequence in context: A290383 A099960 A324963 * A101182 A009207 A290878 Adjacent sequences:  A218087 A218088 A218089 * A218091 A218092 A218093 KEYWORD nonn,more AUTHOR Andy Hardt, Oct 20 2012 STATUS approved

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