@article {
author = {Koike, Hiroki and Kovacs, Istvan},
title = {A classification of nilpotent $3$-BCI groups},
journal = {International Journal of Group Theory},
volume = {8},
number = {2},
pages = {11-24},
year = {2019},
publisher = {University of Isfahan},
issn = {2251-7650},
eissn = {2251-7669},
doi = {10.22108/ijgt.2017.100795.1404},
abstract = {Given a finite group $G$ and a subset $S\subseteq G,$ the bi-Cayley graph $BCay(G,S)$ is the graph whose vertex set is $G \times \{0,1\}$ and edge set is $\{ \{(x,0),(s x,1)\} : x \in G, s\in S \}$. A bi-Cayley graph $BCay(G,S)$ is called a BCI-graph if for any bi-Cayley graph $BCay(G,T),$ $BCay(G,S) \cong BCay(G,T)$ implies that $T = g S^\alpha$ for some $g \in G$ and $\alpha \in aut(G)$. A group $G$ is called an $m$-BCI-group if all bi-Cayley graphs of $G$ of valency at most $m$ are BCI-graphs. It was proved by Jin and Liu that, if $G$ is a $3$-BCI-group, then its Sylow $2$-subgroup is cyclic, or elementary abelian, or $Q_8$ [European J. Combin. 31 (2010) 1257--1264], and that a Sylow $p$-subgroup, $p$ is an odd prime, is homocyclic [Util. Math. 86 (2011) 313--320]. In this paper we show that the converse also holds in the case when $G$ is nilpotent, and hence complete the classification of nilpotent $3$-BCI-groups.},
keywords = {bi-Cayley graph,BCI-group,graph isomorphism},
url = {https://ijgt.ui.ac.ir/article_22202.html},
eprint = {https://ijgt.ui.ac.ir/article_22202_277a0945cb23c54a90741a9b98909611.pdf}
}