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Zeros of adjoint polynomials of paths and cycles
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2002
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Dong, F., Teo, K. L., Little, C. H. C., & Hendy, M. (2002). Zeros of adjoint polynomials of paths and cycles. Australasian Journal of Combinatorics, 25, 167-174.
Abstract: 
The chromatic polynomial of a simple graph G with n > 0 vertices is a polynomial Σnk =1α(G, k)(x)k of degree n, where (x)k = x(x−1) . . . (x−k+1) and α(G, k) is real for all k. The adjoint polynomial of G is defined to be Σnk=1α(G, k)μk, where G is the complement of G. We find the zeros of the adjoint polynomials of paths and cycles.
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1034-4942
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