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    Graph theory

    Hello everyone, I am subathra,
    I just want to know is the representation of Jahangir graph unique? If we label the vertices we may get 2 different graphs named J(m,n)
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    Re: Graph theory

    Ordinarily, graphs do not have labeled vertices. Do Jahangir graphs typically have labeled vertices? If not, then a labeled graph is not a representation of the graph. It is a representation of a labeled graph.
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    Re: Graph theory

    Quote Originally Posted by Subathra View Post
    Hello everyone, I am subathra,
    I just want to know is the representation of Jahangir graph unique? If we label the vertices we may get 2 different graphs named J(m,n)
    Even though I have a number of references on graph theory, none contains material on Jahangir graphs. So you need to provide a detailed definition. Generally when posting on a particular topic it is advisable to post definitions.
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