Limits of graph sequences

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Limits of graph sequences

Graphs are simple mathematical structures used to model a wide variety of real-life objects. With the rise of computers, the size of the graphs used for these models has grown enormously. The need to efficiently represent and study properties of extremely large graphs led to the development of the theory of graph limits.

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Mathematical subjects

Analysis
Discrete Mathematics and Foundations
Probability Theory and Statistics

Connections to other fields

Computer Science

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Tereza Klimošová
Senior Editor:
Sophia Jahns
Junior Editor:
Andrew Cooper

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10.14760/SNAP-2019-010-EN

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Algebra and Number Theory
Analysis
Didactics and Education
Discrete Mathematics and Foundations
Geometry and Topology
Numerics and Scientific Computing
Probability Theory and Statistics

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Chemistry and Earth Science
Computer Science
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Finance
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