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ORIE 4850 Problem Set #4 Due: Thurs. October 8 at 12noon. ( Note : for all computations done with matlab, you should hand in the printouts. *’s indicate a more difficult problem.) 1. Consider the example we did in class with two n-cliques (where each node in the first clique had an edge going to its corresponding node in the 2 nd clique) and the “reduced” 2-node digraph that we analyzed. a. Using Matlab, directly compute the eigenvalues for n=2, d=0.15. Don’t use the reduced digraph here! (Hint: matlab allows you to combine smaller matrices into larger ones, e.g. if A,B,C,D are nxn matrices then [A,B;C,D] is a (2n)x(2n) matrix . Also, eye(n) gives an nxn identity matrix which can be useful.) b. **Why doesn’t the 2 nd eigenvalue from part (a) agree with our result from class? c. Redo part (a) for n=80, d=0.15 and compare to the analytical result from class. 2. Again consider the example we did in class with two n-cliques, where each node in the first clique had an edge going to its corresponding node in the 2
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This note was uploaded on 01/10/2010 for the course CS 4320 taught by Professor Koch during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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