### TABLE 3 Scalar Cardinalitics of Original and Induced Graphs

### TABLE 6 Scalar Cardinalities of Original and Induced Graphs

### Table I. Total assigned power and spanning ratios of graphs induced by power assignment methods.

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### TABLE I TOTAL ASSIGNED POWER AND SPANNING RATIOS OF GRAPHS INDUCED BY DIFFERENT MIN-TOTAL POWER ASSIGNMENT METHODS.

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### Table 2. Comparison between the arcs in the graph W generated by withdrawal observa- tion and those in the graph I induced by W in the global AS-graph C.

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"... In PAGE 7: ... We then compared W with the graph I induced by the nodes of W in C. The results, in Table2 , show that our per-prefix graphs only have about 50% of the arcs of the induced graphs for IPv6 and 25% for IPv4. This shows that there is a substantial difference between existing topology discovery methods and our active probing discovery methods.... ..."

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### Table 1 Forbidden induced subgraphs for clique-perfect graphs in each studied class.

### Table 1 Forbidden induced subgraphs for clique-perfect graphs in each studied class.

### Table 3: Distribution of the itemsets for the Web data and the retail data. The last row provides a heuristic estimate of the induced width w in the graph for all attributes.

"... In PAGE 7: ... To analyze the structure of the frequent itemsets for each data set we considered di erent values of the threshold T and counted the number of T-frequent itemsets in the data. Table3 gives the distribution of the number of T-frequent itemsets of size s for di erent values of s and T. The last row provides a heuristic estimate of the induced width w of the graphs of the model, using the maximum cardinality ordering d on all attributes.... ..."