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Kolmogorov Random Graphs and the Incompressibility Method
Harry Buhrman ; Ming Li ; John Tromp ; Paul Vitanyi ;
Date 18 Oct 2001
Journal H. Buhrman, M. Li, J. Tromp and P.M.B. Vitanyi, Kolmogorov random graphs and the incompressibility method, SIAM J. Comput., 29:2(2000), 590--599
Subject Combinatorics MSC-class: 05C78, 94A17, 05C80, 05C70, 05C30, 05C35, 68R99 | math.CO
AffiliationCWI), Ming Li (University of Waterloo), John Tromp (CWI), and Paul Vitanyi (CWI and University of Amsterdam
AbstractWe investigate topological, combinatorial, statistical, and enumeration properties of finite graphs with high Kolmogorov complexity (almost all graphs) using the novel incompressibility method. Example results are: (i) the mean and variance of the number of (possibly overlapping) ordered labeled subgraphs of a labeled graph as a function of its randomness deficiency (how far it falls short of the maximum possible Kolmogorov complexity) and (ii) a new elementary proof for the number of unlabeled graphs.
Source arXiv, math.CO/0110203
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