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Using this observation and the fact that the sequence of probabilities {P(τ1 = r)}r≥0 is longtailed and subexponential (see (15) and [9]) we show that (16) E Y1 P(d∗Y1 = r|Y1 ) ∼ E(Y1 Λ1 ) P(τ1 = r). 30 in [9]. Now, we invoke in (16) the identity E(Y1 Λ1 ) = E(Y1 λ1 ) = a1 b2 β 1/2 and (15), and obtain E Y1 P(d∗Y1 = r|Y1 ) ∼ c∗2 r1−κ , where c∗2 = cbκ−2 b2 β (3−κ)/2 . 1 Hence we have qr ∼ c∗2 r1−κ and P(Λ0 = r) ∼ c∗1 r−κ , see (14). Now we are ready to prove (7). Let ε = ln(k1 ∧ (k2 − k1 )) for k2 − k1 → +∞, and ε = ln k1 otherwise.

Krot and L. Ostroumova Prokhorenkova d2 Ad + B +O ETn (d) n n2 A(d − 1) + B d2 D + +O ETn (d − 1) + (d − 1) ENn (d − 1) 2 n n mn d ES(n, d) d3 d2 +O +O ETn (d) + O ENn (d) n2 n2 n2 A(d − 1) + B Ad + B ETn (d − 1) = 1− ETn (d) + n n d2 d3 +O (d) + ET (d − 1)) + O (ET ENn (d) n n n2 n2 d · ES(n, d) D (d − 1) ENn (d − 1) + O . (12) + mn n2 ETn+1 (d) = ETn (d) − Consider the case 2A < 1 (the cases 2A = 1 and 2A > 1 will be analyzed similarly). We prove by induction on d and n that 1 ETn (d) = K(d) n + θ C · d2+ A (13) 1 ˜ = K(d) ˜ i + θ C · d˜2+ A for some constant C > 0.

Bounded degeneracy however is often too weak a structural guarantee for the design fast algorithms. Here we focus on the stronger structural property of bounded expansion which provides a rich framework of algorithmic tools [19]. g. communities) connected by a sparse global structure. More formally, we characterize bounded-expansion classes using special graph minors and an associated density measure (the grad). Definition 2 (Shallow topological minor, nails, subdivision vertices). A graph M is an r-shallow topological minor of G if a (≤2r)-subdivision of M is isomorphic to a subgraph H of G.