A Characterization Of A Topology On The Countably Infinite Random Graph
Topology And Its Applications
Let G be a countably infinite random graph and let M(G) be the collection of all maximal complete subgraphs of G with the subspace topology inherited from the power set 2G. We show that with probability 1, M(G) is homeomorphic to the irrationals.
Charles M. Grinstead and L. M. Friedler.
"A Characterization Of A Topology On The Countably Infinite Random Graph".
Topology And Its Applications.
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