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Lecture# Cheeger's Inequality

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This lecture covers Cheeger's inequality, focusing on the expansion of a cut in a graph, Fiedler's algorithm, and the relationship between the eigenvalues of a Laplacian matrix and the structure of a graph. The lecture explores the concept of Cheeger constant and its implications in graph theory.

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