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Complete Graph: A complete graph is a graph where every node is connected to every other.
Connected Graphs: A graph is connected if there is a path from every node to every other node.
Directed Edge: This kind of edge is constrained to a single direction and is asymmetrical to each node it is connected to. Also comparable to a one way street.
Directed Graph: A directed graph is a graph, i.e., a set of objects (called vertices or nodes) that are connected together, where all the edges are directed from one vertex to another.
ER Graphs: The ER model is either of two closely related models for generating random graphs. The ER graph G(n, p) contains n nodes, and each pair of nodes is connected by an edge with probability p.
Edges: An edge of a network is one of the connections between the nodes (or vertices) of the network.
Graph Theory: Graph theory is the study of graphs, a mathematical structure used to model pairwise relations between objects from a certain collection. A graph in this context refers to a collection of vertices or nodes and a collection of ed.
Graph Algorithm: A graph algorithm is an algorithm that takes one or more graphs as inputs.
Graph: A graph is a representation of a system that contains discrete, interconnected elements.
NetworkX: NetworkX is a Python package for the creation, manipulation, and study of the structure, dynamics, and functions of complex networks.
Nodes (vertices) : A node represents the information contained in a single data structure. These nodes may contain a value or condition, or possibly serve as another independent data structure.
Path: A path is a sequence of nodes with an edge between each consecutive pair.
Random Graph: A graph with nodes and edges generated at random.
Stack: A stack is an Abstract Data Type (ADT) in which elements are added or removed from the top of the stack, in a “last in first, first out” or LIFO order.
Undirected Edge: This kind of edge is not constrained to a single direction and is symmetrical to each node it is connected to. Also is comparable to a two way street.
Undirected Graph: An undirected graph is a graph, i.e., a set of objects (called vertices or nodes) that are connected together, where all the edges are bidirectional.