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Pseudograph

Pseudograph Pseu"do*graph, n. [See Pseudography.] A false writing; a spurious document; a forgery.

Pseudograph Pseu"do*graph, n. [See Pseudography.] A false writing; a spurious document; a forgery.

- not just two. For some authors, the terms pseudograph and multigraph are synonymous. For others, a pseudograph is a multigraph that is permitted to have...

- graphs that satisfy these constraints by calling it a multigraph or pseudograph. In a graph with one vertex, all edges must be loops. Such a graph is...

- defined so as to disallow multiple edges and loops, a multigraph or a pseudograph is often defined to mean a "graph" which can have multiple edges. Multiple...

- and undirected multigraph permitting loops (sometimes also undirected pseudograph), respectively. V {\displaystyle V} and E {\displaystyle E} are usually...

- Testament. Latin and Gr**** writers are completely silent about this pseudograph, although Gr**** and Latin copies have been found. It was obviously suggested...

- Look up multigraph, multidigraph, or pseudograph in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. A multigraph is a mathematical graph where some pairs of vertices...

- directed graph in which each vertex has at most one outgoing edge. pseudograph A pseudograph is a graph or multigraph that allows self-loops. quasi-line graph...

- of undirected graph considered here is often called a multigraph or pseudograph, to distinguish it from a simple graph. Gabow & Tarjan (1988). Dantzig...

- {\displaystyle G} can be a graph or a pseudograph, it will usually be the case that H {\displaystyle H} is a pseudograph. Edge colorings are invariant to amalgamation...

- Sangokugunshi" had a great influence on Harada's current stance against pseudographs. An article by a denier of the "Higashinichiryu Sangokugunshi" was also...

- graphs that satisfy these constraints by calling it a multigraph or pseudograph. In a graph with one vertex, all edges must be loops. Such a graph is...

- defined so as to disallow multiple edges and loops, a multigraph or a pseudograph is often defined to mean a "graph" which can have multiple edges. Multiple...

- and undirected multigraph permitting loops (sometimes also undirected pseudograph), respectively. V {\displaystyle V} and E {\displaystyle E} are usually...

- Testament. Latin and Gr**** writers are completely silent about this pseudograph, although Gr**** and Latin copies have been found. It was obviously suggested...

- Look up multigraph, multidigraph, or pseudograph in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. A multigraph is a mathematical graph where some pairs of vertices...

- directed graph in which each vertex has at most one outgoing edge. pseudograph A pseudograph is a graph or multigraph that allows self-loops. quasi-line graph...

- of undirected graph considered here is often called a multigraph or pseudograph, to distinguish it from a simple graph. Gabow & Tarjan (1988). Dantzig...

- {\displaystyle G} can be a graph or a pseudograph, it will usually be the case that H {\displaystyle H} is a pseudograph. Edge colorings are invariant to amalgamation...

- Sangokugunshi" had a great influence on Harada's current stance against pseudographs. An article by a denier of the "Higashinichiryu Sangokugunshi" was also...