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The characteristic polynomial of a matrix is invariant even under arbitrary basis transformations. We now deﬁne the spectrum of a graph to be the sequence of its eigenvalues together with their multiplicities. , [Cvetkovi´c et al. 1979]. 3. G/ in natural order. G/. G/ D : m. / m. ƒ/ The largest eigenvalue ƒ is called the spectral radius of G. 8 and the properties of the characteristic polynomial. 4. G; i /. e. for non-symmetric matrices. For the proofs we need several results from linear algebra.
5. Then the mapping which permutes exactly x and x 0 is a non-trivial automorphism of G. The preceding result shows that for endotypes 16 up to 31 we always have Aut G ¤ 1, since SEnd G ¤ Aut G in these cases. So we add for endotypes 0 to 15 an additional a denoting asymmetry, if Aut G D 1. We can say that endotype 0 describes unretractive graphs and endotype 0a describes rigid graphs. Endotypes 0 up to 15 describe S-A unretractive graphs, and endotypes 0a; 2a; : : : ; 15a describe asymmetric graphs.
M. ƒ/ The largest eigenvalue ƒ is called the spectral radius of G. 8 and the properties of the characteristic polynomial. 4. G; i /. e. for non-symmetric matrices. For the proofs we need several results from linear algebra. 5. G/ has only real zeros 1 ; : : : ; n , which are irrational or integers. e. G; i // D m. i /: Proof. Symmetric matrices are self-adjoint (here with respect to the standard scalar product over R); that is, h v ; Av i D h Av ; v i for all v; w 2 Rn : This implies that all eigenvalues of A are real and that there exists an orthonormal basis of eigenvectors.