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Exactly solvable random graph ensemble with extensively many short cycles

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Title
Exactly solvable random graph ensemble with extensively many short cycles
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Journal of Physics: A Mathematical & Theoretical, January 2018
DOI 10.1088/1751-8121/aaa555
Authors

Fabian Aguirre Lopez, Paolo Barucca, Mathilde Fekom, Anthony C C Coolen, Fabián Aguirre López

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