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Charles Radin, Kui Ren, Lorenzo Sadun
The asymptotics of large constrained graphs
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ABSTRACT.  We show, through local estimates and simulation, that if one constrains simple 
graphs by their densities e of edges and t of triangles, then asymptotically (in the 
number of vertices) for over 95% of the possible range of those densities there is a well- 
defi ned typical graph, and it has a very simple structure: the vertices are decomposed 
into two subsets V1 and V2 of fixed relative sizes c and 1 - c, and there are well- 
defi ned probabilities of edges, gjk, between vj in Vj , and vk in Vk. Furthermore the 
four parameters c, g11, g22 and g12 are smooth functions of ( e,t) except at two smooth phase transition curves.