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I wrote these sentences as follows.

"I also reduced the number of points in the 2-hop cover used for the index to 25% of the initial graph size."

I am not sure should I use "points in the 2-hop cover" or "points of the 2-hop cover"? Is there any difference between the two choice?

  • You would be better to answer questions one at a time so people can answer the one they know about. Note that the verb is minimise not minimum in your second example. – mdewey Nov 21 '20 at 11:39
  • Please don't ask for proofreading, as proofreading requests are off-topic here. We can't help you edit or correct your passages. I have reduced your question to focus on the specific issue you are asking about. – Eddie Kal Nov 21 '20 at 17:51
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The first one should be

"Besides its innovative structure, I also developed an efficient algorithm to minimise index size. The results show that the query and storing efficiency of my methods can meet the real-world requirement. "

As you need a verb here.

"I also reduced the number of points in the 2-hop cover used for the index to 25% of the initial graph size."

That looks fine unless in the particular area of computing people use of the cover rather than in the cover but in everyday English it is fine.

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