**Stephen P. King** (*stephenk1@home.com*)

*Wed, 17 Mar 1999 07:58:06 -0500*

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Dear Ted,

How are you? I have a question: Are you aware of any work looking at

the cardinality (as in the "size" of the set) or "measure" (as in

measure zero for the distribution of irrational among the Reals) of

split graphs G as the number of G(E) or G(V) increases?

I am trying to find yet another way to look at the Local System (LS)

model. I believe that the independent set part of a split graph can

represent the (open?) set of LSs, while the clique or complete part of G

(closed) can represent the set of relations (infomorphisms) between

them. Does this make any sense? Anyway, we need to tie in the

statistical aspect to this model; I have discovered that "mutual

entropies" are a key component involved, but I am missing some other

important components.

Later,

Stephen

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