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In this paper we show how to construct a cycle of length N c where c :836.1 Introduction One of the most interesting classes of open problems in the area of Gray codes for sets, as well as Hamilton cycles in vertex transitive graphs, involves the problems about paths among certain levels of B n , the Boolean lattice of subsets of a n-element set.Perhaps the best known is the middle two levels problem which is attributed in [KT] to Dejter, Erdos, and Trotter and by others to H'avel and Kelley.This problem has been attacked by several researchers with no success. Citation Context ...aphs, involves the problems about paths among certain levels of B n , the Boolean lattice of subsets of a n-element set.We describe a heuristic for finding Hamilton paths and apply it to the reduced graph to extend the previous best known results.This also improves the best lower bound on the length of a longest cycle in M 2k 1 for any k.

Here we show that the conjecture holds for n bigger than roughly k 2 , with k large enough.

This notion generalizes the classical binary reflected Gray code scheme for listing n-bit binary numbers so that successive numbers differ in exactly one bit position, as well as work in the 1960's and 70's on minimal change listings for other combinatorial families, including permutations and combinations.