Karpuz, Eylem G.; Ateş, Fırat; Çevik, A. Sinan; Cangül, Naci
(Springer, 2013)
Let us consider groups G1 = Zk ∗ (Zm ∗ Zn), G2 = Zk ×(Zm ∗ Zn), G3 = Zk ∗ (Zm ×Zn),
G4 = (Zk ∗ Zl) ∗ (Zm ∗ Zn) and G5 = (Zk ∗ Zl)×(Zm ∗ Zn), where k, l,m, n ≥ 2. In this
paper, by defining a new graph (Gi) based on the ...