Given a graph G = (E, V), where E is the set of edges of the graph, V is the set of vertices of the graph and [absolute value of V] = n.
(1) Find a vertex adjacent to e in the input graph, in path P.
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is the generalization of crisp graph
, fuzzy graph
, intuitionistic fuzzy graph
, bipolar fuzzy graph
, bi-polar intuitionistic fuzzy graph
and single-valued neutrosophic graph
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The students then translated the data from the table to the stylised graph
A series parallel graph
G = (V, E) with a series labeling of V, a positive weight function w defined on E.
The idea of switching a signed graph
was introduced by Abelson and Rosenberg  in connection with structural analysis of social behaviour and may be formally stated as follows: given a marking [mu] of a signed graph
S, switching S with respect to [mu] is the operation of changing the sign of every edge of S to its opposite whenever its end vertices are of opposite signs in (also see Gill and Patwardhan [37, 38]).
AllegroGraph is the only multi-model semantic graph
database to support the ingestion of JSON and JSON-LD documents, comma separated value (CSV) files and RDF data.
A single-valued co-neutrosophic graph
is a pair G = (A, B), where A: V [right arrow] [0,1] is a single-valued co-neutrosophic set in V and B: V x V [right arrow] [0,1] is a single-valued co-neutrosophic relation on V such that
c) Process the graph
database using built-in algorithms of SAP HANA.
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The neighborhood of vertex u in a connected graph
G, denoted by N(u), is the set of vertices adjacent to u.
is an ordered G = (V(G), E(G)),where V(G) [not equal to] [phi], E(G) is a set disjoint from V(G), elements of V(G) are called the vertices of G, and elements of E(G) are called the edges.