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complete graph

[kəm¦plēt ′graf]
(mathematics)
A graph with exactly one edge connecting each pair of distinct vertices and no loops.

complete graph

A graph which has a link between every pair of nodes. A complete bipartite graph can be partitioned into two subsets of nodes such that each node is joined to every node in the other subset.
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The most common similarity graph is a full graph in which each vertex is connected to all others.
To illustrate the significance of these sparse graphs, the full graph (FULL) is also included for the comparisons.
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Consequently, betweenness is a rudimentary measure of the control that a specific vertex exerts over the flow throughout the full graph (Newman, 2007).
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