Graph::BitMatrix - create and manipulate a V x V bit matrix of graph G
use Graph::BitMatrix; use Graph::Directed; my $g = Graph::Directed->new; $g->add_...(); # build $g my $m = Graph::BitMatrix->new($g, %opt); $m->get($u, $v) $m->set($u, $v) $m->unset($u, $v) $m->get_row($u, $v1, $v2, ..., $vn) $m->set_row($u, $v1, $v2, ..., $vn) $m->unset_row($u, $v1, $v2, ..., $vn) $a->vertices()
This class enables creating bit matrices that compactly describe the connected of the graphs.
Create a bit matrix from a Graph $g. The %opt
, if present, can have the following options:
If true or if not present, set the bits in the bit matrix that correspond to edges. If false, do not set any bits. In either case the bit matrix of V x V bits is allocated.
Return true if the bit matrix has a "one bit" between the vertices $u and $v; in other words, if there is (at least one) a vertex going from $u to $v. If there is no vertex and therefore a "zero bit", return false.
Set the bit between the vertices $u and $v; in other words, connect the vertices $u and $v by an edge. The change does not get mirrored back to the original graph. Returns nothing.
Unset the bit between the vertices $u and $v; in other words, disconnect the vertices $u and $v by an edge. The change does not get mirrored back to the original graph. Returns nothing.
Test the row at vertex u
for the vertices v1
, v2
, ..., vn
Returns a list of n truth values.
Sets the row at vertex u
for the vertices v1
, v2
, ..., vn
, in other words, connects the vertex u
to the vertices vi
. The changes do not get mirrored back to the original graph. Returns nothing.
Unsets the row at vertex u
for the vertices v1
, v2
, ..., vn
, in other words, disconnects the vertex u
from the vertices vi
. The changes do not get mirrored back to the original graph. Returns nothing.
Return the list of vertices in the bit matrix.
The algorithm used to create the matrix is two nested loops, which is O(V**2) in time, and the returned matrices are O(V**2) in space.
Jarkko Hietaniemi jhi@iki.fi
This module is licensed under the same terms as Perl itself.