Hi, does anyone know if it is known what is the number of undirected graphs with the following properties:

- Number of nodes: $N$, a big number,
- Average degree: $z_1$,
- Average number of outgoing edges $z_2$, where an outgoing edges are all edges leaving one of your neighbors (except the one that connects you to that neighbor).

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I interested in asymptotic results for large N.

Similarly, the entropy of an ensemble of graphs such that the average degree is $z_1$ and the average number of outgoing edges is $z_2$ is also of interest.

EDIT: The definition of $z_2$ is here: http://www.santafe.edu/media/workingpapers/00-07-042.pdf on section F, "Numbers of neighbors and average path length". Sorry for the loose definition. $z_2$ is also the number of second neighbors.

Thanks.