By N. Trinajstic, S. Nikolic, J. V. Knop, W. R. Muller, K. Szymanski

Computational Chemical Graph conception: Characterization, Enumeration, and iteration of Chemical buildings by means of laptop equipment (Ellis Horwood) (1991)

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This statement, which becomes immediately clear on inspection of a polyhex, means that the boundary code includes complete information about the structure of the polyhex. On the other hand the adjacency matrix of a polyhex also contains complete information about the structure of the polyhex. Therefore it must be possible to compute the adjacency matrix from the boundary code. Consider the polyhex G given in Fig. 11. To construct the adjacency matrix of G in a convenient way for the present purpose this polyhex is depicted in the (x,y)plane [44] (see Fig.

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