By Alan Parker
The formulation of (1.3), (1.4), (1.5),(1.6) are all wrong!
Can't think it, 4 formulation in first web page are all have blunders. might be the writer fell so sleepy while he is penning this booklet!
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A graph containing no cycles is said to be acyclic. 9. 9 that the double arrow notations between nodes v2 and v4 indicate the presence of two edges (v2, v4) and (v4, v2). In this case it is these edges which form the cycle. 17 A tree is an acyclic connected graph. 10. 10 Trees If the edge, e, is removed, the graph, G, is divided into two separate connected graphs. Notice that every edge in a tree is a bridge. 19 A planar graph is a graph that can be drawn in the plane without any edges intersecting.
16. From an implementation aspect the topology is easily scalable. The degree of each node in a rectangular mesh is at most four. A processor on the interior of the mesh has neighbors to the north, east, south, and west. There are several ways to implement the exterior nodes if it is desired to maintain that all nodes have the same degree. 5. 17. If the number of nodes, n, in the hypercube satisfies n = 2d then the degree of each node is d or log (n). As a result, as n becomes large the number of edges of each node increases.
4. 4 Graphs and Trees This section presents some fundamental definitions and properties of graphs. 5. 10 The degree of a vertex (also referred to as a node), in a graph, is the number of edges containing the vertex. 5 v1 and v2 are neighbors but v1 and v3 are not neighbors. 12 If G = (V1, E1) is a graph, then H = (V2, E2) is a subgraph of G written if and . 6. 5 The subgraph is generated from the original graph by the deletion of a single edge (v2, v3). 13 A path is a collection of neighboring vertices.
Algorithms and Data Structures in C (Computer Science by Alan Parker