GEN_AT_GRAPH(1) User Contributed Perl Documentation GEN_AT_GRAPH(1)NAME
gen_at_graph - generates a random graph for use in algotutor.
gen_at_graph [OPTION] ...
gen_at_graph generates a random graph for use in algotutor. Currently the only type of graph it can generate is a rectangular grid of
vertices. Each vertex is connected to at most 8 adjacent vertices around it.
OPTIONS -r ROWS
generate ROWS rows of vertices
generate COLS columns of vertices
make each grid cell WIDTH pixel wide
make each grid cell HEIGHT pixel high
make all random numbers greater than or equal to LOWER
make all random numbers less than (but never equal to) UPPER
specify the probability of generating each diagonal
This code is distributed under the GNU General Public License
Chao-Kuei Hung ckhung AT cyut DOT edu DOT tw
Please see /usr/share/doc/algotutor/doc/ for the full set of documentations.
perl v5.10.1 2005-05-31 GEN_AT_GRAPH(1)
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gvgen - generate graphs
gvgen [ -d? ] [ -cn ] [ -Cx,y ] [ -g[f]x,y ] [ -G[f]x,y ] [ -hn ] [ -kn ] [ -bx,y ] [ -pn ] [ -sn ] [ -Sn ] [ -tn ] [ -Tx,y ] [ -wn ] [
gvgen generates a variety of simple, regularly-structured abstract graphs.
The following options are supported:
-c n Generate a cycle with n vertices and edges.
-C x,y Generate an x by y cylinder. This will have x*y vertices and 2*x*y - y edges.
Generate an x by y grid. If f is given, the grid is folded, with an edge attaching each pair of opposing corner vertices. This
will have x*y vertices and 2*x*y - y - x edges if unfolded and 2*x*y - y - x + 2 edges if folded.
Generate an x by y partial grid. If f is given, the grid is folded, with an edge attaching each pair of opposing corner vertices.
This will have x*y vertices.
-h n Generate a hypercube of degree n. This will have 2^n vertices and n*2^(n-1) edges.
-k n Generate a complete graph on n vertices with n*(n-1)/2 edges.
-b x,y Generate a complete x by y bipartite graph. This will have x+y vertices and x*y edges.
-p n Generate a path on n vertices. This will have n-1 edges.
-s n Generate a star on n vertices. This will have n-1 edges.
-S n Generate a Sierpinski graph of order n. This will have 3*(3^(n-1) - 1)/2 vertices and 3^n edges.
-t n Generate a binary tree of height n. This will have 2^n-1 vertices and 2^n-2 edges.
-T x,y Generate an x by y torus. This will have x*y vertices and 2*x*y edges.
-w n Generate a path on n vertices. This will have n-1 edges.
If specified, the generated graph is written into the file outfile. Otherwise, the graph is written to standard out.
-d Make the generated graph directed.
-? Print usage information.
gvgen exits with 0 on successful completion, and exits with 1 if given an ill-formed or incorrect flag, or if the specified output file
could not be opened.
Emden R. Gansner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
SEE ALSO gc(1), acyclic(1), gvpr(1), gvcolor(1), ccomps(1), sccmap(1), tred(1), libgraph(3)
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