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Mathematics professors Debra Boutin, left, and Sally Cockburn
Debra Boutin and Sally Cockburn, respectively the Samuel F. Pratt and the William R. Kenan, Jr. Professors of Mathematics, recently published a research article ‘Distinguishing Generalized Mycielskian Graphs’ in the Australasian Journal of Combinatorics.

This article is a joint work with Lauren Keough (Grand Valley State University), Sarah Loeb (Hampden-Sydney College), K. E. Perry (University of America), and Puck Rombach (University of Vermont).

A Mycielskian graph is the result of extending an original graph, much like a skyscraper extends a ground floor plan. This research article is one of a collection of works the authors have completed regarding symmetry parameters of a Mycielskian graph in terms of the symmetry parameters of the original graph.

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