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In the case where we are dealing with an infinite random graph (RG with infinite nodes).

How do we model/work with notions like degrees, degree distribution ? How are they defined ?


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Go to the wikipedia article on the Rado graph. – Chris Godsil Dec 3 '12 at 16:16
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Do you mean countably infinite random graphs with probability of any two vertices being joined a constant? Peter Cameron wrote about these graphs in his books, and in his blog (there are more posts on the topic there).

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