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The asymptotics of strongly regular graphs

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arXiv ID: math/0403450
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Abstract

A strongly regular graph is called trivial if it or its complement is a union of disjoint cliques. We prove that every infinite family of nontrivial strongly regular graphs is quasi-random in the sense of Chung, Graham and Wilson.

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