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Universal traversal sequences for expander graphs
 Information Processing Letters
, 1993
"... connectivity, computational complexity, expander graphs. ..."
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connectivity, computational complexity, expander graphs.
Short Paths in Expander Graphs
 In Proceedings of the 37th Annual Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science
, 1996
"... Graph expansion has proved to be a powerful general tool for analyzing the behavior of routing algorithms and the interconnection networks on which they run. We develop new routing algorithms and structural results for boundeddegree expander graphs. Our results are unified by the fact that they ..."
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Graph expansion has proved to be a powerful general tool for analyzing the behavior of routing algorithms and the interconnection networks on which they run. We develop new routing algorithms and structural results for boundeddegree expander graphs. Our results are unified by the fact
Splitting an Expander Graph
"... Let G = (V; E) be an rregular expander graph. Certain algorithms for finding edge disjoint paths require the edges of G to be partitioned into E = E 1 [ E 2 [ \Delta \Delta \Delta [ E k so that the graphs G i = (V; E i ) are each expanders. In this paper we give a nonconstructive proof of a very g ..."
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Let G = (V; E) be an rregular expander graph. Certain algorithms for finding edge disjoint paths require the edges of G to be partitioned into E = E 1 [ E 2 [ \Delta \Delta \Delta [ E k so that the graphs G i = (V; E i ) are each expanders. In this paper we give a nonconstructive proof of a very
Vertex Percolation on Expander Graphs
, 710
"... We say that a graph G = (V, E) on n vertices is a βexpander for some constant β> 0 if every U ⊆ V of cardinality U  ≤ n 2 satisfies NG(U)  ≥ βU  where NG(U) denotes the neighborhood of U. In this work we explore the process of deleting vertices of a βexpander independently at random wit ..."
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We say that a graph G = (V, E) on n vertices is a βexpander for some constant β> 0 if every U ⊆ V of cardinality U  ≤ n 2 satisfies NG(U)  ≥ βU  where NG(U) denotes the neighborhood of U. In this work we explore the process of deleting vertices of a βexpander independently at random
4 Expander Graphs
"... Now that we have seen a variety of basic derandomization techniques, we will move on to study the first major “pseudorandom object ” in this survey, expander graphs. These are graphs that are “sparse ” yet very “wellconnected.” 4.1 Measures of Expansion We will typically interpret the properties of ..."
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Now that we have seen a variety of basic derandomization techniques, we will move on to study the first major “pseudorandom object ” in this survey, expander graphs. These are graphs that are “sparse ” yet very “wellconnected.” 4.1 Measures of Expansion We will typically interpret the properties
4 Expander Graphs
"... Now that we have seen a variety of basic derandomization techniques, we will move on to study the first major “pseudorandom object ” in this survey, expander graphs. These are graphs that are “sparse ” yet very “wellconnected.” 4.1 Measures of Expansion We will typically interpret the properties of ..."
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Now that we have seen a variety of basic derandomization techniques, we will move on to study the first major “pseudorandom object ” in this survey, expander graphs. These are graphs that are “sparse ” yet very “wellconnected.” 4.1 Measures of Expansion We will typically interpret the properties
4 Expander Graphs
"... Now that we have seen a variety of basic derandomization techniques, we will move on to study the first major “pseudorandom object ” in this survey, expander graphs. These are graphs that are “sparse ” yet very “wellconnected.” 4.1 Measures of Expansion We will typically interpret the properties of ..."
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Now that we have seen a variety of basic derandomization techniques, we will move on to study the first major “pseudorandom object ” in this survey, expander graphs. These are graphs that are “sparse ” yet very “wellconnected.” 4.1 Measures of Expansion We will typically interpret the properties
Basic Facts about Expander Graphs
"... Abstract. In this survey we review basic facts regarding expander graphs that are most relevant to the theory of computation. ..."
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Abstract. In this survey we review basic facts regarding expander graphs that are most relevant to the theory of computation.
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