simple graph

simple graph

[′sim·pəl ¦graf]
(mathematics)
A graph with no loops and no parallel edges.
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We have seen results for simple graph analytics where the native solution is hundreds of thousands of times faster than a non-native store on their own benchmarks.
1 A graph Ne (G, I) associated with Neutrosophic group (N(G), x) is undirected simple graph whose vertex set is N(G) and two vertices x and y in N(G) if and only if xy is either X or y.
Results are updated every 30 seconds, and presented in an easy-to-read format, with numbers and a simple graph, blue for Democrats and red for Republicans.
I failed to plot the simple graph on Darwinian snails.
If we define a totally irregular graph as a graph whose every two distinct vertices have distinct degrees, then this folklore result, put differently, says that no totally irregular simple graph with order at least 2 exists.
In [12], fundamental results about monomial ideals of R that can arise from the edges of a simple graph G can be found.
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.
According to the mathematical theory of graphs [7], a simple graph essentially comprises points in one set and lines in another set.
Given an RDF simple graph without blank nodes T, a basic query with one unbound argument (a basic query Q is an elemental query Q: H [left arrow] B, where [absolute value of B] = 1), and an RDF directed hyper-graph representing T, Algorithm 2 and proposition 4 present the task of basic query answering over H(T).
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.