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A growing set of online applications are generating data that can be viewed as very large collections of small, dense social graphs — these range from sets of social groups, events, or collabora tion projects to the vast collection of graph neighborhoods in large social networks. A natural question is how to usefully define a domainindependent ‘coordinate system’ for such a collection of graphs, so that the set of possible structures can be compactly rep resented and understood within a common space. In this work, we draw on the theory of graph homomorphisms to formulate and an alyze such a representation, based on computing the frequencies of small induced subgraphs within each graph.
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