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On Tue, 18 Nov 2003, Bill Richards wrote:
> What does it mean for a network to be "random"?
Generically, any random variable whose support is a set of graphs can be
said to be a "random graph." The term is sometimes used to refer
specifically to random variables whose distributions are uniform over
the set of possible graphs (generally conditional on the size
of the vertex set or the like), but this is just shorthand....
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