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From: martin f krafft (madduck_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-05-16 16:28:55 claims that
random_vertex and random_edge both have a runtime complexity linear
in the number of vertices and edges, respectively. This seems weird.

Given a random access iterator and the number of elements,
retrieving a random member should be doable in constant time. Is the
complexity guarantee here based on the worst case of the lists only
being directionally accessible? If yes, does using container class
implementing the RandomAccessIterator concept automatically select
constant-time versions of these random retrievers?

Thanks for your comments.

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