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My question is: given n, how many different minimal broadcast graphs are there up to isomorphism?

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My question is: given n, how many different minimal broadcast graphs are there up to isomorphism?

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Weeaboo

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There must be some way out of here, said the Joker to the Thief.

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Frankly I have no idea. I was hoping someone here might.

EDIT: "For a given n, how many graphs on n vertices are there up to isomorphism?" I just re-read your question, and it would seem odd that this is not answered. I'm not good at combinatorics but I'm sure it's known.

EDIT: "For a given n, how many graphs on n vertices are there up to isomorphism?" I just re-read your question, and it would seem odd that this is not answered. I'm not good at combinatorics but I'm sure it's known.

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