simple graph

simple graph

[′sim·pəl ¦graf]
(mathematics)
A graph with no loops and no parallel edges.
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If [GAMMA] = (V, E) is a simple graph, then the free partially commutative left regular band associated with [GAMMA] is the left regular band B([GAMMA]) with presentation
One feature of the simple graph is to show that up until around 1500 AD India and China accounted for between 50 and 60 percent of the world's economy until the late 18th century when the Industrial Revolution rendered countries with large populations, just countries with the largest populations.
When studying graceful labeling, only simple graph is considered.
The proposed model reduces a complex temporal reasoning process to a simple graph traversal problem.
As I get my breath back the laptop crunches through my data before displaying it on a simple graph.
Again, a graphical sequence means a sequence whose terms represent the degrees of the vertices in a simple graph, viz.
Your child can then keep a rainfall diary over a certain period of time and you could show them how to plot the results on a simple graph on square-lined paper.
Let us consider a simple graph G = (V, E) where E denotes the set of edges.
If we denote by A the adjacency matrix of a simple graph G, the set of eigenvalues of A, together with their multiplicities, is said to be the spectrum of G.
TED makes statistics come alive by providing a simple graph of recent data from the U.
In general the text is slowed by frequent resort to lists of statistics that would be conveyed more effectively in a simple graph or diagram.
Relationship business cultures), then providing a simple graph and following commentary to illustrate the concept at hand, which is followed by a case study which, while written in the third-person, are taken from the author's first-hand international business experience.