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Wifi… 2

Wifi...
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Now you know…

Now you know...
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Tan graph

Tan graph
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Sine and Cos graph

Sine and Cos graph
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Null Reference

Null Reference
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Count Triangles in a Graph 1

The following code implementation counts the number of triangles present in a graph G. For graph representation JUNG API is used but can be extended/ changed to use any other notation by simple means. Java import java.util.Collection; import java.util.HashSet; import java.util.Iterator; import edu.uci.ics.jung.graph.Graph; public class TriangleFinder { private Graph<Integer, String> g; /** * @return The ...

Know your bulb

Know your bulb
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Dijkstra’s Algorithm : Finding all possible shortest paths between two vertices in a graph 2

Dijkstra's Algorithm : Finding all possible shortest paths between two vertices in a graph
The following code implements the Dijkstra’s Shortest Path Algorithm and further extends is to get all possible shortest paths between two vertices. For graph representation we make use of JUNG API, its usage, however, is primarily in visualizing the graph and can be extended easily for any other representation as well. Random Graph Generator code ...

Code for Random Graph Generation G(n,p) 1

Code for Random Graph Generation G(n,p)
Following is the Java code for generating a Random Graph G(n, p) where ‘n’ is the number of nodes/ vertices in the graph and ‘p’ is the probability that any edge will form or not. The code makes use of JUNG API for graph visualization and creation. More About JUNG… Java import java.awt.Dimension; import javax.swing.JFrame; ...

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