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A245246 Number of ways to delete an edge (up to the outcome) in the simple unlabeled graphs on n nodes. 2
0, 1, 3, 14, 74, 571, 6558, 125066, 4147388 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)



Also, the number of distinct pairs (G,H) of simple unlabeled graphs on n nodes, where H can be obtained from G by deletion of a single edge.

For n<6, we have a(n) = A126122(n), since the non-isomorphic edges in a graph on n<6 nodes uniquely define the result of their deletion. However, there is a graph on 6 nodes (see link below) with two non-isomorphic edges, deletion of either of which results in the same graph. Hence, for n>=6, a(n) < A126122(n).


Table of n, a(n) for n=1..9.

Max Alekseyev, Example of the graph on 6 nodes, where deletion of red or blue edge (which are non-isomorphic) results in the same graph.

Max Alekseyev et al., Removal of non-isomorphic edges results in the same graph, MathOverflow, 2014.


Cf. A000088, A126122

Sequence in context: A277939 A210346 A074549 * A126122 A303034 A026004

Adjacent sequences:  A245243 A245244 A245245 * A245247 A245248 A245249




Max Alekseyev, Jul 15 2014



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