n,m] be a graph drawn

**uniformly at random**from the set of all labeled connected planar graphs with n vertices and m edges, where m = [cn] and c [member of] (1,3).This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

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n,m] be a graph drawn **uniformly at random** from the set of all labeled connected planar graphs with n vertices and m edges, where m = [cn] and c [member of] (1,3).

In practice, however, we may lay a system of test points with a fundamental tile of area a **uniformly at random** with an arbitrary orientation on the pivotal plane, and then draw the relevant point sampled test lines (Fig.

The first paper analyzes the joint correlation of triangular holes when their complement is tiled **uniformly at random** by lozenges.

When at [sigma], a vertex v is chosen **uniformly at random** from V, and a new configuration is generated from 7 conditioned on the set {n [member of] [OMEGA] : [eta](w) = [sigma](w), w [not equal to] v}.

], where [alpha] is chosen **uniformly at random** from the values [0, [pi]).

Initially, we choose the root r **uniformly at random** in the set of vertices that are not occupied by any of the N - 1 polymers in the system.

In each step one external node becomes internal and three new external nodes are inserted according to the following rule: Pick one external node, say v **uniformly at random** among all and make it internal.

trees; equivalently, it is obtained by recursively adding n vertices to the root, each time choosing the position **uniformly at random** among the possibilities.