directed graph

directed graph

[də′rek·təd ′graf]
(mathematics)
A graph in which a direction is shown for every arc. Also known as digraph.

directed graph

(digraph) A graph with one-way edges.

See also directed acyclic graph.
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We can abstract the traffic network into a directed graph G = <V,E> constituted by a set of vertices V and a set of directed edges E, which can be looked as intersections and roads respectively.
Let us now consider another potential way to define the directed graph [GAMMA]Q.
To get XML Schema, first according to relational database system to solve relational mode and then reconstruct directed graph, the mapping of the mapping structure which is generated by directed graph and the directed graph is XML Schema.
The fact that the edge connecting node A to node B with no requirement for feedback is the reason for application of directed graph in developing automation for management processes, since in description, analysis and synthesis of automation for process management feedbackis not always necessary.
The directed graph makes the basis for building a Markov chain, so all the graph's structural properties are characteristic to Markov chain that can be created on its basis.
Throughout this section, we assume that (X, m) is a multiplicative metric space and G = (V, E) is a directed graph such that V = X, {(x, x): x E V } E and G has no parallel edges.
2 Neutrosophic directed graph: A neutrosophic directed graph is a directed graph which has at least one edge to be indeterminacy.
A directed graph or digraph G consists of a set V of vertices and a set E of edges such that e [member of] E, if each edge of the graph G has a direction.
Recall that G(n) denotes the directed graph of overlapping permutations, that is, it has the vertex set [[?

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