Transitive decompositions of graphs and their links with geometry and origami
A transitive decomposition of a graph is a partition of the edge or arc set giving a set of subgraphs which are preserved and permuted transitively by a group of automorphisms of the graph. In this paper we give some background to the study of transitive decompositions and highlight a connection with partial linear spaces. We then describe a simple method for constructing transitive decompositions using graph quotients, and we show how this may be used in an application to modular origami.
Mathematics - Combinatorics, Mathematics - Group Theory