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60  60  padding : string (default = 'adopted') 

61  61  Allows user to specify padding scheme if `A` and `B` are not of equal size. 

62  62  
63    "adopted" : say that `A` and `B` have :math:`n_1` and :math`n_2` nodes, respectively. 

64    Define :math:`\tilde{A} = 2A  1_{n1}1_{n1}^T` and 

65    :math:`\tilde{B} = 2B  1_{n2}1_{n2}^T`. If :math:`n_1 < n_2`, then we substitute 

66    :math:`\tilde{A} \oplus 0_{(n2n1)x(n2n1)}` and :math:`\tilde{B}` in place of A 

67    and B. 

68    
69    "naive" : say that `A` and `B` have :math:`n_1` and :math`n_2` nodes, respectively. 

70    If :math:`n_1 < n_2`, then we substitute :math:`A \oplus 0_{(n2n1)x(n2n1)}` 

71    and :math:`B` in place of A and B. 

63  +  "adopted" : say that `A` and `B` have :math:`n_1` and :math:`n_2` nodes, respectively. 

64  +  Define :math:`\tilde{A} = 2A  1_{n1}1_{n1}^T` and 

65  +  :math:`\tilde{B} = 2B  1_{n2}1_{n2}^T`. If :math:`n_1 < n_2`, then we substitute 

66  +  :math:`\tilde{A} \oplus 0_{(n2n1)x(n2n1)}` and :math:`\tilde{B}` in place of A 

67  +  and B. 

68  +  
69  +  "naive" : say that `A` and `B` have :math:`n_1` and :math:`n_2` nodes, respectively. 

70  +  If :math:`n_1 < n_2`, then we substitute :math:`A \oplus 0_{(n2n1)x(n2n1)}` and 

71  +  :math:`B` in place of A and B. 

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