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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] [BGL] brandes betweenness vs networkx
From: Matthew Galati (magh_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-11-12 08:46:08
> Also, can someone show me how to get the weighted version of
> brandes? The following code calculates the unweighted version.
> Unfortunately, no. I've never used it.
> So, boost is exactly 1/2 of networkx's solution.
> Is one version wrong? Or is this some kind of convention that
> boost and networkx disagree on?
> I would guess that the difference has to do with networkx's
> normalization of between values, but I couldn't say for certain. It
> might also be that networkx is following undirected edges twice,
> resulting in twice the value. That would definitely be worth looking into.
I turned off networkx's normalization - so that is not it. The boost
code explicitly divides by 2 for undirected at the end.
I'll try calculating one by hand and see which code comes up with what I
think is Brandes metric.
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