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We consider the problem of finding an unknown graph by using queries with an additive property. This problem was partially motivated by DNA shotgun sequencing and linkage discovery problems of artificial intelligence. Given a graph, an additive query asks the number of edges in a set of vertices while a cross-additive query asks the number of edges crossing between two disjoint sets of vertices. The queries ask the sum of weights for weighted graphs. For a graph G with n vertices and at most mdoi:10.1145/1374376.1374484 dblp:conf/stoc/ChoiK08 fatcat:rj65t5usfvb77ki6fq7l4cg3xy