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2]. 6 follows that if all edge weights of a graph G are nonnegative, L is positive semidefinite. For further theory on the Laplace matrix refer to [Mo91] and [Mo97]. CHAPTER 4. 7 (Relaxed Laplace Matrix) The relaxed Laplace matrix L(G) ∈ Rn×n of a graph G = (V, E, ω) is defined as Lρ (G) := (1 − ρ)D(G) − A(G) = L(G) − ρD(G) = (1 − ρ)d1 − ω11 −ω12 ··· −ω (1 − ρ)d − ω ··· 21 2 22 .. ... . −ωn1 −ωn2 ··· −ω1n −ω2n .. (1 − ρ)dn − ωnn for a relaxation factor ρ ∈ R, mostly ρ ∈ [0, 1].
In [GR, lem. 1 and cor. 2] other bounds for the Laplace matrix are stated also in terms of edge cuts. 9) the cycle structure of the graph must be given. Unfortunatly it is in practice often very costly to achieve knowledge of graph properties like diameter, minimal cuts or cycles. 1 Bounds of the Relaxed Laplace Matrix First we treat eigenvalue bounds of the relaxed Laplace matrix Lρ . The negative adjacency matrix −A and the Laplace matrix L are special cases of Lρ and therefore their eigenvalue bounds, too.
The bounds of the last theorem become as better as larger the difference between ∆ and ∆2 becomes. The question is now, how good the upper and lower bounds we statet above approximate the spectrum. We will see, that certain graphs have these bounds as smallest and largest eigenvalue. Thus our bounds are in this sense tight. But first we prove an upper bound for the smallest eigenvalue and a lower bound for the largest one. 23 Given is a relaxed Laplace matrix Lρ with ρ ∈ [0, 1]. Then λ1 ≤ max −ρdi 1≤i≤n λn ≥ max (1 − ρ)di − ωii 1≤i≤n .