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Hobbs Let W = V(G)-A. By Lemma 3 we have IAl= m - k and so I W(= m + k. Put GI = G[ W]. Order the vertices in W as w,, w 2 , . . ,so that deg, (w,)>deg, (wi) whenever i

3 . Hence at most two edges join any set of p + 1 consecutive vertices of L to the set { a , , a2}. Consequently at most 2/(p+ 1)x (2m - r ) edges join { a , , a,} to L so 2 ( m - k - p + 1)< 2 ( 2 m - r ) / ( p + 1). Fig. 2. The vertices of L are on a circle, n,E C, y, E A and y, follows x,, line are longer than L. I = I , 2. The cycles in the thick Humiltonian cycles in regular graphs Fig. 3 . The case p =5, 45 d = 5. Noting that p s r s 2k, we see that m z s k ( p + l)/(p - 1 )+ p - l/(p - l), contradicting the assumption on the relation between m and k.

Ore, Note on Hamiltonian circuits, Am. Math. Monthly 67 (1960) 55. [12] L. Posa, A theorem concerning Hamiltonian lines, Publ. Math. Inst. Hungar. Acad. Sci. 7 (1962) 225-226. Annals of Discrete Mathematics 3 (1978) 49-53. @ North-Holland Publishing Company THE CHROMATIC INDEX OF THE GRAPH OF THE ASSIGNMENT POLYTOPE* Richard A. A. 1. Introduction Let n be a positive integer, and let S, denote the set of permutations of (1,. . , n}. We define a graph G, as follows. The set of vertices of G,, is S,.

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