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Notes on Elementary Spectral Graph Theory

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Notes on Elementary Spectral Graph Theory
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 76

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These are notes on the method of normalized graph cuts and its applications to graph clustering. I provide a fairly thorough treatment of this deeply original method due to Shi and Malik, including complete proofs. I include the necessary background on graphs and graph Laplacians. The main thrust of this paper is the method of normalized cuts.

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