## Find longest cycle in directed graph

Find longest cycle in directed graph. A cycle is a close path in graph. For example below given directed graph contains a cycle of maximum length of 5 starting...
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## articulation point or cut vertex in graph

Articulation point or cut vertex in graph is a vertex of a graph where if we remove this vertex, the graph becomes disconnected. For example the below graph becomes...
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## c program for bfs using adjacency matrix

write c program for bfs using adjacency matrix. For example the breadth first search of below graph from 0th vertex would be 0 1 2 6 3 4. We...
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## Max flow problem Ford Fulkerson algorithm

Max flow problem The max flow problem can be defined as “Given a flow network as directed graph, where each edge has a capacity greater than 0 and two...
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## vertex cover problem in graph

Vertex cover problem in a given graph is a problem to find the minimum number of vertices which covers every edges in graph. The minimum number of vertices is...
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## How to check whether a directed graph is eulerian

This blogs teaches the steps for how to check whether a directed graph is eulerian. A graph is called Eulerian if it contains Euler Cycle o Euler circuit. If...
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## minimum spanning tree Kruskal’s algorithm

minimum spanning tree definition: What is minimum spanning tree Kruskal’s algorithm is an algorithm in graph theory that finds a minimum spanning tree for a connected weighted undirected graph....
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## GRAPH and its representation:TUTORIAL

There are two ways of representing graph, one as a Matrix and another one as list. Matrix representation is called Adjacency Matrix and list representation is called Adjacency List....
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## BASIC OF GRAPH THEORY:TUTORIAL

Graph is combination of points and lines. lines are way of showing  connections or relationship between  points. in graph theory points are called VERTICES and lines are called EDGES....
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