Probability Tables for Cluster Analysis Based on a Theory of Random Graphs.
CLEMSON UNIV S C DEPT OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
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Statistics based on a theory of random graphs have been proposed to be used as an analytic aid to assess the randomness of a clustered structure. Probability tables for two such statistics are tabulated. Exact values of P subn,v, the cumulative probabilities of the minimum number of edges needed to connect a random graph, are tabulated for n 10130560. Exact and approximate values of E subn,v, the expected number of components in a random graph with n vertices and v edges, are tabulated for n 101305100.
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