# Category Archives: Random graphs

## Clique number of random geometric graphs in high dimension

I would like to discuss now another class of random graphs, called random geometric graphs. In general a random geometric graph arises by taking $latex {n}&fg=000000$ i.i.d. random variables in some metric space, and then putting an edge between two of … Continue reading

## An unpleasant calculation?

At the end of my previous post I claimed that proving that $latex \sum_{s=2}^k \frac{{k \choose s} {n-k \choose k-s}}{{n \choose k}} 2^{{s \choose 2}} ,$ tends to $latex 0$ when $latex n$ tends to infinity and $latex k=(2-\epsilon)\log_2(n)$ was … Continue reading

## Welcome! (with random graphs)

Welcome to the ‘I’m a bandit’ blog! If you are curious about this title, you can check my newly published book. However, despite its name, this blog will not be about bandits, but rather about more general problems in optimization, … Continue reading