# Spectral Properties of Directed Cayley Graphs

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Spectral graph theory examines the structure of a graph by studying the eigenvalues of certain matrices associated with the graph. A Cayley graph is a construction that embeds the structure of a group generated by a certain generating set. Since graphs are a means to study groups, and linear algebra gives the spectral theorems to study graphs, the next logical step is to use spectral theory to examine finite groups.

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Contributed by: Bill Langhoff (June 2015)

Based on a program by: Jaime Rangel-Mondragon

After work done in collaboration with: Tom Goral

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