A new model of random graphs – random intersection graphs – is introduced. In this model, vertices are assigned random subsets of a given set. Two vertices are adjacent provided their assigned sets intersect. We explore the evolution of random intersection graphs by studying thresholds for the appearance and disappearance of small induced subgraphs. An application to gate matrix circuit design is presented.
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