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By Toshiaki Adachi, Hideya Hashimoto, Milen J Hristov

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This quantity comprises contributions via the most contributors of the 4th foreign Colloquium on Differential Geometry and its comparable Fields (ICDG2014). those articles conceal contemporary advancements and are committed often to the research of a few geometric constructions on manifolds and graphs. Readers will discover a wide review of differential geometry and its dating to different fields in arithmetic and physics.

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This shows that AG(p) AG(a) = AG(a) AG(p) and that (p,q) QG = 1 (p) dG (p) dG −1 p−1 (a) dG (p) (a) dG − 1 q−1 (q) (q,p) AG(p) AG(a) = QG∗ . We therefore get the following. 1. Let G be a finite regular K¨ ahler graph. We suppose the adjacency operators AG(p) , AG(a) for its principal and its auxiliary graphs are commutative. (p,q) (1) The probabilistic transitional Laplacian ∆QG is selfadjoint with respect to the ordinary inner product on C(V ). (q,p) (p,q) (2) Two probabilistic transitional Laplacians ∆QG and ∆QG∗ acting on C(V ) coincide with each other.

Pp,q (v;G) γ∈Pp,q (v;G) First we decompose these operators into operators for the principal and the auxiliary graphs. Given an ordinary finite graph H = (W, F ) and a positive integer k, we denote by Pk (w; H) the set of all k-step paths without backtracking whose origin is w. We define the k-step adjacency (k) (k) operator AH acting on C(W ) by AH f (w) = σ∈Pk (w;H) f t(σ) . (p) Coming back to our K¨ ahler graph G we put Pp (v; G) = Pp (v; G(p) ). (p,0) (p,0) (0,q) (p,0) (p) We define operators AG , PG , QG acting on C(V ) by AG = AG(p) and 1 (p,0) f t(σ) , PG f (v) = (p) ♯ Pp (v; G) σ∈Pp (v;G(p) ) (0,q) QG f (v) = ωG (ρ)f t(ρ) .

Fig. 14. H3,2 We consider indices of vertices by modulo 2km. One can easily check that Hk,m is isomorphic to its dual through the rotation i → i+1, and also is isomorphic to its dual through the reflection i → 2km − i. Also, we can page 39 August 27, 2015 9:16 Book Code: 9748 – Current Developments in Differential Geometry 40 ws-procs9x6˙ICDG2014 T. ADACHI (a) (p) see that the adjacency operators AHk,m and AHk,m of its principal and its auxiliary graphs are not commutative if m ≥ 3. By taking a K¨ ahler graph G = (V, E (p) ∪ E (a) ), we define a new K¨ahler graph K = K(G; Hk,m ) in the following manner.

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