The strange logic of random graphs

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the strange logic of random graphs

The Strange Logic of Random Graphs by Joel Spencer

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The Phase Transition in Random Graphs: A Simple Proof

The study of random graphs was begun by Paul Erdos and Alfred Renyi in the s and now has a comprehensive literature. A compelling element has been .
Joel Spencer

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  1. The study of random graphs was begun by Paul Erdos and Alfred Renyi in the s and now has a comprehensive literature. This book now joins the study of random graphs (and other random discrete objects) with mathematical logic. The methodologies involve probability, discrete.

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