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Site Percolation on Pseudo-Random Graphs

@inproceedings{Diskin2021SitePO,
  title={Site Percolation on Pseudo-Random Graphs},
  author={Sahar Diskin and Michael Krivelevich},
  year={2021}
}
We consider vertex percolation on pseudo-random d−regular graphs. The previous study by the second author established the existence of phase transition from small components to a linear (in nd ) sized component, at p = 1 d . In the supercritical regime, our main result recovers the sharp asymptotic of the size of the largest component, and shows that all other components are typically much smaller. Furthermore, we consider other typical properties of the largest component such as the number of… Expand

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