isolated vertex

isolated vertex

[¦ī·sə‚lād·əd ′vər‚teks]
(mathematics)
A vertex of a graph that has no edges incident to it.
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Vertex of degree zero is called an isolated vertex.
An isolated vertex x [member of] W is a vertex that is not incident to any edge (i.
We consider hub as an isolated vertex v [member of] V has neighbors belonging to two or more different clusters.
A vertex v of a fuzzy graph is said to be an isolated vertex if [rho](v,w) = [mu](w) [conjunction] [mu](v), [for all]w [member of] V\{v}, (i.