# Binomial edge ideals and conditional independence statements

```@article{Herzog2010BinomialEI,
title={Binomial edge ideals and conditional independence statements},
author={J{\"u}rgen Herzog and Takayuki Hibi and Freyja Hreinsd{\'o}ttir and Thomas Kahle and Johannes Rauh},
year={2010},
volume={45},
pages={317-333}
}```
• Published 25 September 2009
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