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 books.google.com Considering graphs in general, with one single vertex empty, how many
components will the puzgraph have? Regarding any graph which is finite, non
separable, and simple — that is without loops and multiple edges — Wilson (
1974) has ... 

 books.google.com D.T. Lee, Danny Z Chen, Shi Ying  2010  Preview graph. A simultaneous and identical (edgelabelwise) traversal is performed in
the puzzle graph. This yields precisely which portion of the puzzle is covered by
the part. An attempt to position a part in the puzzle fails if either the traversal of
the ... 

 books.google.com We can consider a path p to be a sequence of moves on the graph puz(Γ), p = (x0
,x 1,x2 ,...,x n), where the xi's are vertices of Γ, and (if n ≥ 1) xi and xi−1 are
adjacent in Γ for 1 ≤ i ≤ n. Such a path p is said to be from x0 (its initial vertex) to
xn ... 

 books.google.com Figure 5: The exceptional graph (90. configurations can be obtained from one
another by a sequence of token moves. A complete answer to this was given in
Wilson [56]. For a given graph G on n vertices, he defines the puzzle graph puz(G
) ... 

 books.google.com If PI and P2 are any problem graphs such that PI is an edge subgraph of P2 (
denoted PlceP2), then the distance ... By noting that the effect of moving a tile in
the 8puzzle graph is to exchange two elements of a 9 element vector, it is easy
to ... 

 books.google.com If P1 and P2 are any problem graphs such that Pi is an edge subgraph of P2 (
denoted P1 ge. ... Example: A Sorting Algorithm Used as Heuristic for the 8
Puzzle Section 3.1 defines the "9MAXSWAP" graph and shows it to be an edge
super ... 

 books.google.com might represent all the possible positions in some puzzle and the edges legal
moves between positions in the puzzle. "Solving" the puzzle reduces in the
associated puzzle graph to finding a path from the starting position to the
stopping, ... 

 books.google.com Placing the vertices in a way mimicking the positions of the squares on the board,
we obtain the graph shown in Figure 1.7b ... Therefore, there are only two ways to
solve the puzzle in the minimum number of moves: move the knights along the ... 

 books.google.com For different assignments of the colours to the faces of the cubes, the puzzle may
have none, one, or many different stacks representing solutions. We now
introduce a graph theoretic model of the puzzle which leads to an easy
settlement of ... 

 books.google.com This contradiction shows that the placement of a 7 into R9C5 is impossible. Only
one other digit, 3, can be placed into R9C5, and after this placement another
straightforward sequence of deductions completes the puzzle. Graph matching
can ... 

 