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7 A sequence of three regular Z3 -covers leading to the Gray graph S54 Fig. 8 Construction of S112 via a regular Z7 -cover of F2 and a regular Z32 -cover of F14 Springer 292 J Algebr Comb (2006) 23: 255–294 Fig. 9 A sequence of three regular cyclic covers leading to S120 via the dodecahedron F20A Fig. 10 A sequence of three regular cyclic covers leading to S120 via the Desargues graph F20B Springer J Algebr Comb (2006) 23: 255–294 293 Fig. 11 A voltage rule giving S120 as a regular (but indirect) D3 -cover of F20B 8.
4-Quasiperiodic Functions on Graphs and Hypergraphs by Rudenskaya O.G.