### Table 7. Hypergraph node degree statistics. The numbers of nodes in degree ranges

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### TABLE I AVERAGE NODE DEGREE

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### Table 1. Statistics of AS Node Degree

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### Table 4. Hypergraph node degree statistics. The numbers of nodes in degree ranges are given for each testcase together with the total nodes and average node degree.

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### Table 7. Hypergraph node degree statistics. The numbers of nodes in degree ranges are given for each testcase together with the total nodes and average node degree.

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### Table 1: Average Node Degrees For Various Graphs

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"... In PAGE 9: ... 4.1 Node Degree Distribution Table1 gives average node degrees for ten graphs with 400 nodes each of the three graph types. The only di erence between two graphs of the same type is the value of the seed for the random number generator.... ..."

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### Table 1: The node degrees of different topologies.

"... In PAGE 7: ... Figure 4 shows an example of all the topologies generated by different topology control algorithms. The average node degree of each topology is shown in Table1 . The average node degree of the wireless networks should not be too large.... In PAGE 7: ... Thus the average node degree is an important performance metric for the wireless network topology. Table1 shows that first Yao then Gabriel graph GYG(V), first Gabriel then Yao graph YGG(V), and the Yao plus reverse Yao graph YY (V) have a much less number of edges than the Yao graph YG(V). In other words, these graphs are sparser than the Yao graph YG(V), which is also ver- ified by Figure 4.... ..."

### Table 2: Network Diameter and Average Node Degree a0 of nodes Network Diameter Average Node Degree

"... In PAGE 5: ... The network size is varied from a43 a3a62a3 nodes to a18 a3a62a3 nodes. Table2 presents the values for the network diameter, and the average node degree for all network sizes. These results show that as the network size increases so does the network diam- eter.... ..."

### Table 1. Node degrees of different topologies.

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"... In PAGE 8: ... Figure 6 shows an exam- ple of a24 a3a2 a34 a20 a3a23a22 . From the last rows of Table1 and Table 2, we can see the average degree of a24 a3a2 a34 a20 a3a29a22 is much smaller than that of a30a31a30a33a32 a24a23a24 a34 a20 a3a29a22 , but its power stretch factor is still small enough. So an interesting open problem is whether a24 a7a2 a34 a20 a3a23a22 has a bounded stretch factor.... ..."

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### Table 1. Node degrees of different topologies.

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"... In PAGE 8: ... Figure 6 shows an exam- ple of a24 a3a2 a34 a20 a3a23a22 . From the last rows of Table1 and Table 2, we can see the average degree of a24 a3a2 a34 a20 a3a29a22 is much smaller than that of a30a31a30a33a32 a24a23a24 a34 a20 a3a29a22 , but its power stretch factor is still small enough. So an interesting open problem is whether a24 a7a2 a34 a20 a3a23a22 has a bounded stretch factor.... ..."

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