Network Graph & Diagraphs Homework Help

• alxxxx
In summary, the conversation involves a request for help with determining if network graphs and digraphs are complete. The user also asks for the definition of "complete" and how to apply it to the networks. However, they later mention that they have completed the homework.

Homework Statement

1. For each of the following network graphs and digraphs, determine if they are complete, where you could enter and exit and explain why or why not complete?

Homework Equations

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The Attempt at a Solution

Could anybody help me with these please?

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Hi alxxxx! Welcome to PF!
alxxxx said:
For each of the following network graphs and digraphs, determine if they are complete, where you could enter and exit and explain why or why not complete?

What is the definition of "complete"?

How would you apply that to these networks?

tiny-tim said:
Hi alxxxx! Welcome to PF!

What is the definition of "complete"?

How would you apply that to these networks?

I got the homework done today, thanks anyways

What is a network graph and what is its purpose?

A network graph is a visual representation of connections or relationships between different nodes or entities. It is used to analyze and understand complex systems, such as social networks, transportation networks, and computer networks. It allows for the visualization of patterns, trends, and clusters within the network.

What is the difference between a network graph and a diagraph?

A network graph (also known as an undirected graph) represents relationships between nodes as bidirectional connections, meaning that the connection between two nodes can be traversed in both directions. A diagraph (also known as a directed graph) represents relationships as unidirectional connections, meaning that the connection between two nodes can only be traversed in one direction.

How is a network graph or diagraph created?

A network graph or diagraph is typically created using specialized software or programming languages. The nodes and connections are defined and input into the software or code, which then generates the visual representation of the network. Alternatively, some software may allow for the manual creation of nodes and connections through a user interface.

What are some common applications of network graphs and diagraphs?

Network graphs and diagraphs have a wide range of applications in various fields, including social sciences, computer science, transportation planning, and business analytics. They can be used to analyze social networks, identify key influencers or central nodes, optimize transportation routes, and detect patterns in financial transactions.

What are some potential limitations or challenges when using network graphs and diagraphs?

Creating an accurate network graph or diagraph can be challenging as it relies on accurate data and a clear understanding of the relationships between nodes. Additionally, some networks may be too complex to visualize or may require specialized techniques to accurately represent them. It is also important to be mindful of potential bias or limitations in the data used to create the network graph or diagraph.