Type alias for entries in degree maps returned by degreeSeqMap
.
Decreasing ordering of nodes with respect to their degree.
Decreasing ordering of integers.
The degree set of this graph projected onto a map.
The degree set of this graph projected onto a map. The keys of the map are the degrees in decreasing order while the values are the number of inner nodes having the degree of the corresponding key.
The degree sequence of this graph projected onto a sequence of tuples.
The degree sequence of this graph projected onto a sequence of tuples. The first elements of the tuples are the degrees in non-increasing order while the second elements are the corresponding inner nodes.
The degree set of this graph projected onto a map.
The degree set of this graph projected onto a map. The keys of the map are the degrees in decreasing order while the values are sets of the corresponding inner nodes.
The degree sequence of this graph, that is the non-increasing sequence of degrees over all nodes.
The degree set of this graph, that is the decreasing set of unique degrees over all nodes.
The degree set of this graph, that is the decreasing set of unique degrees over all nodes. Same as degreeSeq without duplicates.
The degree of the node having the highest degree or 0
if
this graph is empty.
The degree of the node having the least degree or 0
if
this graph is empty.
The total degree of this graph equaling to the sum
of the degrees over all nodes or 0
if this graph is empty.
The total degree of this graph equaling to the sum
of the degrees over all nodes or 0
if this graph is empty.
the degree function to apply
to the nodes defaulting to Degree
. Non-default predefined
degree functions are InDegree
and OutDegree
.
selects nodes to be included by their degree.
A trait for graph degree calculations.
the user type of the nodes (vertices) in this graph.
the kind of the edges (links) in this graph.