Metrical regularity in the incidence graph of a finite linear space

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We investigate finite linear spaces whose incidence graph G satisfies a condition of the following type: given six integers i, j, k, l, m, n, there is an integer c such that for any triple (u, v, w) of vertices of G where u is a point and d(u, v) = i,d(u, w) = j, d(w, u) = k, there are exactly c vertices of G which are at distance l from u, m from v, and n from w. The most interesting of these conditions lead essentially to semi-affine planes and generalized projective spaces. In this paper, we prove the equivalence between some of these conditions. © 1984.

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Delandtsheer, A. (1984). Metrical regularity in the incidence graph of a finite linear space. Discrete Mathematics, 52(2–3), 133–141. https://doi.org/10.1016/0012-365X(84)90076-1

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