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Generating Infinite Random Graphs

  • Csaba Biró (a1) and Udayan B. Darji (a1)
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We define a growing model of random graphs. Given a sequence of non-negative integers {dn}n=0 with the property that dii, we construct a random graph on countably infinitely many vertices v0, v1… by the following process: vertex vi is connected to a subset of {v0, …, vi−1} of cardinality di chosen uniformly at random. We study the resulting probability space. In particular, we give a new characterization of random graphs, and we also give probabilistic methods for constructing infinite random trees.

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