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    p-hop away

    Hi,

    I would like to know what does refer to the pronoun "some" in the below sentence and what does mean: p-hop away?

    While the use of 2-hop information seems popular in the relevant literature[54,65], some allows the quality of the solution to scale when further nodes, that are p-hop away, are known[66].

    Thanks

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    Re: p-hop away

    The sentence makes no sense to me.

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    Re: p-hop away

    It would help if you got into the habit of citing the source of your quotations, Sepmre.

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