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PermuteSubgraph not working? (Combinatorica)
I am trying to write a code to perform the QAP partialling analysis (here's a paper to know more) but the part in which I "scramble" the graph with PermuteSubgraph does nothing, I am actually not ...
May 31 '13 at 13:41
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