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Mathematics professors Debra Boutin, left, and Sally Cockburn

A research article jointly authored by Samuel F. Pratt Professor of Mathematics Debra Boutin and William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Mathematics Sally Cockburn appeared in the Wilfred Imrich Issue of The Art of Applied and Discrete Mathematics.

Other co-authors are Lauren Keough of Grande Valley State University, Sarah Loeb of Hampden-Sydney College and Puck Rombach of the University of Vermont. "Symmetry parameters of various hypercube families" is the fourth paper on the topic of quantifying network symmetry published by this team of graph theorists.

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