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Gerandy Brito : Alons conjecture in random bipartite biregular graphs with applications.

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This talk concerns to spectral gap in random regular graphs. We prove that almost all bipartite biregular graphs are almost Ramanujan by providing a tight upper bound for the second eigenvalue of its adjacency operator. The proof relies on a technique introduced recently by Massoullie, which we developed for random regular graphs. The same analysis allow us to recover hidden communities in random networks via spectral algorithms.

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