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Does somebody have some interesting references on the FindGraphPartition and FindGraphCommunties[.., Method -> "Spectral"] functions and their algorithms as implemented by Mathematica 9.

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The Applications of the documentation has interesting references. FindGraphPartition and FindGraphCommunities. –  Öskå Apr 26 at 16:46
    
I mean scientifically notably with spectral method –  Dural Akata Apr 26 at 16:48
    
Have you made a Google search? What did you find? Why wasn't it sufficient? –  m_goldberg Apr 26 at 19:40
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I don't think this is a bad question or worthy of downvotes. Of course one can't find information on implementation details simply by searching on the general terms mentioned in the documentation. At best, you can find information about implementations in general, with no way of knowing which one is used in Mathematica. Other functions have references to specific literature, and I don't think it's unreasonable to ask for references for these functions as well. (Sometimes these can be found in the Combinatorica` source code.) –  Oleksandr R. Apr 26 at 19:52
    
@Oleksandr R Yes I see documentation but is not enough for me.These functions are not in combinatorica package so I can't see source code –  Dural Akata Apr 26 at 20:00

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What the exact implementation is in Mathematica, I don't know. You can't know unless you have access to the source code or part of the research team. Assuming, however, that they used the fairly standard technique of spectral modularity maximization I hope these references are useful:

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many thanks for references –  Dural Akata Apr 28 at 14:32
    
You shouldn't thank, but rather upvote or mark as an answer. –  Francois Vanderseypen Apr 29 at 12:49

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