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# Group Graph Definition/Meaning:

A directed graph that represents a finite group G; the vertices of the graph represent elements of the group and the edges represent generators of the group. If edge E (representing generator g) joins vertices V and V (representing group elements v and v' respectively) then

v ο g = v'

where ο is the group operation. Each vertex of the group graph will have outdegree (see degree) equal to the number of generators of the group.

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