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Graph Theory and the Barnette Conjecture

John Key and Therese Relucio

David W. Barnette conjectured that the vertices of certain planar graphs can be traversed in a cycle along their edges. 50 years later and the conjecture is still unproven. Continuing off of last summer’s students’ research, we coded the conjecture as a SAT solution so that a solver could find a cycle on 1000 vertices in under 10 seconds. We then considered the graph of all disjoint cycle coverings of Barnette’s planar graphs and studied its structure. We finished the summer by writing algorithms that were designed to find such a cycle in the graph, which if proven to work without error, would prove the conjecture. Further research includes refining the algorithms and proving their steps.

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Friday, September 18 at 3:30pm to 4:30pm

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Academic

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Computer Science
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