Certain classes of random graphs can be derived as the
Feynman graphs for simple quantum theories, with a
statistical weight for each graph being given by the value
of the corresponding Feynman graph. Such models of random
graphs are closely related to a previously considered
random graph model, known as CDRG, or Colored Degree-driven
Random Graphs, where vertices are randomly equipped with a
number of colored stubs, to be randomly paired with
color-dependent preferences. |