# graph.lcf

From igraph v0.5.3
by Gabor Csardi

##### Creating a graph from LCF notation

LCF is short for Lederberg-Coxeter-Frucht, it is a concise notation for
3-regular Hamiltonian graphs. It constists of three parameters, the
number of vertices in the graph, a list of shifts giving additional
edges to a cycle backbone and another integer giving how many times
the shifts should be performed. See

- Keywords
- graphs

##### Usage

`graph.lcf(n, shifts, repeats)`

##### Arguments

- n
- Integer, the number of vertices in the graph.
- shifts
- Integer vector, the shifts.
- repeats
- Integer constant, how many times to repeat the shifts.

##### Value

- A graph object.

##### concept

LCF notation

##### See Also

`graph`

can create arbitrary graphs, see also the other
functions on the its manual page for creating special graphs.

##### Examples

```
# This is the Franklin graph:
g1 <- graph.lcf(12, c(5,-5), 6)
g2 <- graph.famous("Franklin")
graph.isomorphic.vf2(g1, g2)
```

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