We say that a blinking node system modulo $n$ is an ordered pair $(G,L)$ where $G$ is a graph and $L$ is an on-labelling which indicates when vertices can be visited. An On-Hamiltonian walk is a sequence of all the vertices of $G$ such that the position of each vertex modulo $n$ is an integer of the label of that vertex. This paper will primarily investigate finding the shortest On-Hamiltonian walks in a blinking node system on complete graphs and complete bipartite graphs but also establishes the terminology and initial observations for working with blinking node systems on other graphs.
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Carrigan, Braxton and Hammer, James
"Traveling in Networks with Blinking Nodes,"
Theory and Applications of Graphs: Vol. 5
, Article 2.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/tag/vol5/iss1/2