Talk:Frequency partition of a graph

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Errors ? Keep this[edit]

Okay, no answer after several days, so I am going to assume that a frequency partition is an unordered list, and edit the article myself to give a definition. References also need converting to in-line reference format, and the whole thing can be trimmed down a bit. Gandalf61 (talk) 16:15, 24 March 2008 (UTC)

I did not know that you were waiting on me. It is good that you connected FP to number theory - I liked it.

Would you like add what is "Potentially " or "Forcibly" degree sequences to Degree (Graph) sequencnces?

Also for you info - the FP of Bipartite graphs is unsolved. May be solved for Forcibly class.

--Tangi-tamma (talk) 22:07, 25 March 2008 (UTC)

Simple graph etc.[edit]

Called graphs as simple graphs to avoid confusion. The article is for simple graphs only. Likewise for k-uniform hypergraphs. Hope this helps. The case for other than simple graphs is trivial.

--Tangi-tamma (talk) 22:09, 19 April 2008 (UTC)

I suggest to add simple examples to cover the graphs referred in reference section[edit]

Until then this artcle will be treated as incomplete.

If someone writes the graph of the graphic degree sequence given in the article, we may attach it in the article. I could not use the fractions and floor functions to write the expressions. Someone may look into it.

--Tangi-tamma (talk) 13:36, 20 April 2008 (UTC) --Tangi-tamma (talk) 01:55, 21 April 2008 (UTC)