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So any graph can, if you arbitrarily partition the vertices into two groups represent, in that bipartite form, the incidence graph of a corresponding hypergraph.

Is there anything special or known about this arrangement?

Are there any special symmetries of such "sets of all induced hypergraphs"?

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