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Amplifying the correctness of $\mathsf{RP}$ algorithms using expander graphs

A graph $G = (V, E)$ is called an $(n, d, \varepsilon)$-expander if the graph has $n$ vertices, maximum degree $d$, and satisfies the following expansion property: for every subset $W\subset V$ such ...
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Random Graph is a good expander

If a (n,d) random graph is a n-vertex graph defined as : Choose d random permutations $\pi_1 \ldots \pi_d $, from [n] to [n]. Take edge (u,v) if $v = \pi_i(u)$ for some i. I am trying to prove that, ...
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Relationship between graph expansion and conductance

I'm quite confused about the exact relationship between the expansion of a graph and its conductance. My first question is: Could someone point me to a reference that discusses both of these ...
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Union of 2 expander graphs [closed]

Suppose that $G$ and $H$ are both expander graphs on the same node set with a second largest eigenvalue of $\lambda_G$ resp. $\lambda_H$. What can be said about the expansion of graph $G \cup H$? In ...
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Electrical resistance of expander graphs

Let $G$ be a $d$-regular expander graph. What is the electrical resistance of $G$? Is it a constant independent of the number of nodes $n$ once $d$ is large enough? If not, can we give matching upper ...
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How to practically construct regular expander graphs?

I need to construct d-regular expander graph for some small fixed d (like 3 or 4) of n vertices. What is the easiest method to do this in practice? Constructing a random d-regular graph, which is ...
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Application of Expander Codes

I need to give a talk about expander codes at university (I'm a student of computer science). Since they have been introduced to show a family of codes looking good when thinking of the Shannon ...