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An edge-colouring of a graph is distinguishing if the only automorphism that preserves the colouring is the identity. It has been conjectured that all but finitely many connected, finite, regular graphs admit a distinguishing edge-colouring with two colours. We show that all such graphs except K 2 admit a distinguishing edge-colouring with three colours. This result also extends to infinite, locally finite graphs. Furthermore, we are able to show that there are arbitrary large infinite cardinals κ such that every connected κ-regular graph has a distinguishing edge-colouring with two colours.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- !!Discrete Mathematics and Combinatorics
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- Information, Communication & Computing