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The first Laplacian L(1) is exactly the Laplacian introduced by Rodr`ıguez [25]. For r2 ≤ s ≤ r − 1, the s-th Laplacian L(s) is defined to be the Laplacian of the corresponding Eulerian directed graph D(s) . At first glimpse, σ0 (D(s) ) might be a good parameter. However, it is not hard to show that σ0 (D(s) ) = 1 always holds. Our work is based on (with some improvements) Chung’s recent work [11, 12] on directed graphs. Let us recall Chung’s definition of Laplacians [8] for regular hypergraphs. An runiform hypergraph H is d-regular if dx = d for every x ∈ Vr−1 .

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