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Probability of two vertices being connected in a random graph
I'm not sure that I understood you correctly. Do you mean that links are generated independently? If so, then yes, I should mention this in my question
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Probability of two vertices being connected in a random graph
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Subtract diagonal terms from the matrix to make it negative semi-definite
Ok, let M be symmetrical matrix
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Subtract diagonal terms from the matrix to make it negative semi-definite
That's nice, but what would be in more general case?
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Subtract diagonal terms from the matrix to make it negative semi-definite
My quote was from page 36 (48 in the pdf).
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Subtract diagonal terms from the matrix to make it negative semi-definite
The paper is master thesis on Markov Random Fields and matrix elements are potentials of the variables. here is the thesis:
stat.berkeley.edu/~pradeepr/paperz/thesis.pdf
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