# Source code for networkx.generators.expanders

```
"""Provides explicit constructions of expander graphs.
"""
import itertools
import networkx as nx
__all__ = ["margulis_gabber_galil_graph", "chordal_cycle_graph", "paley_graph"]
# Other discrete torus expanders can be constructed by using the following edge
# sets. For more information, see Chapter 4, "Expander Graphs", in
# "Pseudorandomness", by Salil Vadhan.
#
# For a directed expander, add edges from (x, y) to:
#
# (x, y),
# ((x + 1) % n, y),
# (x, (y + 1) % n),
# (x, (x + y) % n),
# (-y % n, x)
#
# For an undirected expander, add the reverse edges.
#
# Also appearing in the paper of Gabber and Galil:
#
# (x, y),
# (x, (x + y) % n),
# (x, (x + y + 1) % n),
# ((x + y) % n, y),
# ((x + y + 1) % n, y)
#
# and:
#
# (x, y),
# ((x + 2*y) % n, y),
# ((x + (2*y + 1)) % n, y),
# ((x + (2*y + 2)) % n, y),
# (x, (y + 2*x) % n),
# (x, (y + (2*x + 1)) % n),
# (x, (y + (2*x + 2)) % n),
#
[docs]def margulis_gabber_galil_graph(n, create_using=None):
r"""Returns the Margulis-Gabber-Galil undirected MultiGraph on `n^2` nodes.
The undirected MultiGraph is regular with degree `8`. Nodes are integer
pairs. The second-largest eigenvalue of the adjacency matrix of the graph
is at most `5 \sqrt{2}`, regardless of `n`.
Parameters
----------
n : int
Determines the number of nodes in the graph: `n^2`.
create_using : NetworkX graph constructor, optional (default MultiGraph)
Graph type to create. If graph instance, then cleared before populated.
Returns
-------
G : graph
The constructed undirected multigraph.
Raises
------
NetworkXError
If the graph is directed or not a multigraph.
"""
G = nx.empty_graph(0, create_using, default=nx.MultiGraph)
if G.is_directed() or not G.is_multigraph():
msg = "`create_using` must be an undirected multigraph."
raise nx.NetworkXError(msg)
for (x, y) in itertools.product(range(n), repeat=2):
for (u, v) in (
((x + 2 * y) % n, y),
((x + (2 * y + 1)) % n, y),
(x, (y + 2 * x) % n),
(x, (y + (2 * x + 1)) % n),
):
G.add_edge((x, y), (u, v))
G.graph["name"] = f"margulis_gabber_galil_graph({n})"
return G
[docs]def chordal_cycle_graph(p, create_using=None):
"""Returns the chordal cycle graph on `p` nodes.
The returned graph is a cycle graph on `p` nodes with chords joining each
vertex `x` to its inverse modulo `p`. This graph is a (mildly explicit)
3-regular expander [1]_.
`p` *must* be a prime number.
Parameters
----------
p : a prime number
The number of vertices in the graph. This also indicates where the
chordal edges in the cycle will be created.
create_using : NetworkX graph constructor, optional (default=nx.Graph)
Graph type to create. If graph instance, then cleared before populated.
Returns
-------
G : graph
The constructed undirected multigraph.
Raises
------
NetworkXError
If `create_using` indicates directed or not a multigraph.
References
----------
.. [1] Theorem 4.4.2 in A. Lubotzky. "Discrete groups, expanding graphs and
invariant measures", volume 125 of Progress in Mathematics.
BirkhÃ¤user Verlag, Basel, 1994.
"""
G = nx.empty_graph(0, create_using, default=nx.MultiGraph)
if G.is_directed() or not G.is_multigraph():
msg = "`create_using` must be an undirected multigraph."
raise nx.NetworkXError(msg)
for x in range(p):
left = (x - 1) % p
right = (x + 1) % p
# Here we apply Fermat's Little Theorem to compute the multiplicative
# inverse of x in Z/pZ. By Fermat's Little Theorem,
#
# x^p = x (mod p)
#
# Therefore,
#
# x * x^(p - 2) = 1 (mod p)
#
# The number 0 is a special case: we just let its inverse be itself.
chord = pow(x, p - 2, p) if x > 0 else 0
for y in (left, right, chord):
G.add_edge(x, y)
G.graph["name"] = f"chordal_cycle_graph({p})"
return G
[docs]def paley_graph(p, create_using=None):
"""Returns the Paley (p-1)/2-regular graph on p nodes.
The returned graph is a graph on Z/pZ with edges between x and y
if and only if x-y is a nonzero square in Z/pZ.
If p = 1 mod 4, -1 is a square in Z/pZ and therefore x-y is a square if and
only if y-x is also a square, i.e the edges in the Paley graph are symmetric.
If p = 3 mod 4, -1 is not a square in Z/pZ and therefore either x-y or y-x
is a square in Z/pZ but not both.
Note that a more general definition of Paley graphs extends this construction
to graphs over q=p^n vertices, by using the finite field F_q instead of Z/pZ.
This construction requires to compute squares in general finite fields and is
not what is implemented here (i.e paley_graph(25) does not return the true
Paley graph associated with 5^2).
Parameters
----------
p : int, an odd prime number.
create_using : NetworkX graph constructor, optional (default=nx.Graph)
Graph type to create. If graph instance, then cleared before populated.
Returns
-------
G : graph
The constructed directed graph.
Raises
------
NetworkXError
If the graph is a multigraph.
References
----------
Chapter 13 in B. Bollobas, Random Graphs. Second edition.
Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics, 73.
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2001).
"""
G = nx.empty_graph(0, create_using, default=nx.DiGraph)
if G.is_multigraph():
msg = "`create_using` cannot be a multigraph."
raise nx.NetworkXError(msg)
# Compute the squares in Z/pZ.
# Make it a set to uniquify (there are exactly (p-1)/2 squares in Z/pZ
# when is prime).
square_set = {(x**2) % p for x in range(1, p) if (x**2) % p != 0}
for x in range(p):
for x2 in square_set:
G.add_edge(x, (x + x2) % p)
G.graph["name"] = f"paley({p})"
return G
```