The -Paulus graph having the largest possible graph
automorphism group order of all 26-node Paulus graphs
(namely 120) is sometimes known as the Paulus-Rozenfeld-Thompson graph (or PRT graph
for short) and denoted (Gyürki et al. 2020). It is illustrated above
in two embeddings constructed by Gyürki et al. (2020).

Additional embeddings due to Ed Pegg, Jr. (pers. comm., Mar 3, 2021) are illustrated above.

This graph was selected as the logo of the conference "Symmetry Versus Regularity: The First 50 Years Since Weisfeiler-Leman Stabilization" held July 1-7, 2018 in Pilsen, Czech Republic.

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3-7, 2016 (Ed. G. A. Jones, I. Ponomarenko, and J. Širáň).
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of Excellence, Faculty of Applied Sciences of the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen,
Union of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists, Slovak Mathematical Society, and Mathematical
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