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Subject: [boost] Graph Algorithm Advice
From: J Birch (birchsport_at_[hidden])
Date: 20121119 16:58:42
This isn't a Boost Graph problem per se, just a graph algorithm question. Let's say I have the following graph:
I want to represent this graph in a certain way. In the small legend box above, there are 2 versions of a correct answer. I want to print out each vertex followed by it's immediate adjacent vertex. If it has more than one, then each path from that point should be wrapped in a '()'. Currently, I am using the Ruby RGL package and have tried both a directed and an undirected graph using a depth first search traversal, and have yet to hit on an algorithm that takes every edge case.
Anyone out there have some pointers on how to do this?
Thanks!
Birch
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