1 × G
2 denote the strong product of graphs G
1 and G
2, that is, the graph on V(G
1) × V(G
2) in which (u
2) and (v
2) are adjacent if for each i = 1, 2 we have ui
i ∈ E(G
). The Shannon capacity of G is c(G) = limn → ∞ α(Gn
, where Gn
denotes the n-fold strong power of G, and α(H) denotes the independence number of a graph H. The normalized Shannon capacity of G is
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