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Technical question: is there any open source program/code/library which can compute (minimal) conductance of a given graph, probably by some simulated annealing?

Think it is quite well-known problem, but I cannot find anything like I mentioned above, but maybe you guys know? I know that it is a NP-hard task, but anyway, probably someone has written some programs.

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Related question on meta. – Juho Jun 3 '13 at 22:43

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