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March 18th, 2015, 03:06 AM   #1
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Eigenvalues of complete partite Graphs.

The eigenvalues of complete bipartite graph(Km,n) is given by the expression
±√m*n , 0(with multiplicity k-2).
Where k is number of nodes in the graph.

I am looking for generalization of the expression for eigenvalues of complete n-partite graphs. Does such a expression exists for complete tripartite graphs?
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