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[10]Li, C.H., ‘On isomorphisms of connected Caylet graphs, II, (submitted).
[11]Li, C.H., ‘Finite CI-groups are solvable’, (submitted).
[12]Li, C.H., ‘On finited groups with the Cayley isomorphism property, II, (submitted).
[13]Li, C.H., ‘The automorphism group of symmetric cubic graphs’, (preprint).
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[17]Li, C.H., Praeger, C.E. and Xu, M.Y., ‘Isomorphisms of finite Cayley diagraphs of bounded valency’, (submitted).
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