Lieby, Paulette; McKay, Brendan; McLeod, Jeanette C.; Wanless, Ian
Let G = G(n) be a randomly chosen k-edge-coloured k-regular graph with 2n vertices, where k = k(n). Such a graph can be obtained from a random set of k edge-disjoint perfect matchings of K2n. Let h = h(n) be a graph with m = m(n) edges such that m2 + mk = o(n). Using a switching argument, we find an asymptotic estimate of the expected number of subgraphs of G isomorphic to h. Isomorphisms may or may not respect the edge colouring, and other generalizations are also presented. Special attention...[Show more]
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