By Michal Karonski, Zbigniew Palka

Protecting quite a lot of Random Graphs matters, this quantity examines series-parallel networks, homes of random subgraphs of the n-cube, random binary and recursive timber, random digraphs, triggered subgraphs and spanning bushes in random graphs in addition to matchings, hamiltonian cycles and closure in such buildings. Papers during this assortment additionally illustrate quite a few elements of percolation idea and its functions, houses of random lattices and random walks on such graphs, random allocation schemes, pseudo-random graphs and reliability of planar networks. a number of open difficulties that have been awarded in the course of a distinct consultation on the Seminar also are incorporated on the finish of the amount.

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Kolloq. 21 (1982) 83-98. - Annals of Discrete Mathematics 33 (1987) 41 57 8 Elsevier Science Publishers B. V. (North-Holland) CONNECTEDNESS AND CONNECTIVITY IN PERCOLATION THEORY J. W. K. We consider percolation on finite graphs and infinite crystal lattice graphs. ',"'(p)which is the probability of finding m edge-disjoint paths which are open from vertex u to vertex 0. Most of the results which were previously derived for m= 1 extend to general m and counter-examples are provided in other cases.

3) bounds the expected number of such pairs - Hk(n) counts the number of Z’s, (3 bounds the number of S’s and (1 - P ) ~ ( ~ ) - bounds ’ the probability that Z is a component of r,,/S. This yields For k < s + 1, we see that if 2, S exist, then 2 contains a pair of adjacent vertices x, y for which where for Tc V,, N(Z‘)= {v E V,- T: u is adjacent in C” to some w E T ) . 4. 3. where p = + + ( + s lnn+Oln and sZ1. Proof. We shall, somewhat loosely, refer to the subgraph induced by a subset Y of V, by Y itself.

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