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 Name fkenter Member for 2 years Seen 2 days ago Website Location La Jolla,CA Age
 Apr13 accepted Is there a proper way to define a threshold vertex density for a random graph s.t. the graph is fully connected? Apr12 awarded ● Critic Apr12 comment The average number of people that can sit on a bench of a given length.This site is not meant for homework help or casual questions. It is intended for research mathematics. The answer to your question lies, simply, with linearity of expectation. Apr12 comment Distribution of Induced Subgraphs of Extremal Ramsey GraphsSince a random coloring yields a decent construction for constructing Ramsey graphs (at least up to roughly at least $R(k,k)/4$ vertices),one might expect the distribution of colors to be "random" even for larger extremal examples. If this is the case, $\tau$ follows a binomial distribution; which for large enough $k$ (appropriately normalized) would limit towards a normal distribution in probability. Apr12 answered Is there a proper way to define a threshold vertex density for a random graph s.t. the graph is fully connected? Apr12 comment “Box Nodes” in Directed Graphs with Paired IO SymmetryI will be honest, I do not understand your question. In particular, the meaning of "box", "input", "output", and "pair" are not clear. Perhaps you should explain your examples in more detail. Apr11 asked Distribution of Induced Subgraphs of Extremal Ramsey Graphs