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From vasia <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] flink pull request #2984: [FLINK-5311] Add user documentation for bipartite ...
Date Mon, 12 Dec 2016 09:28:04 GMT
Github user vasia commented on a diff in the pull request:

    https://github.com/apache/flink/pull/2984#discussion_r91907924
  
    --- Diff: docs/dev/libs/gelly/bipartite_graph.md ---
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    +---
    +title: Graph Generators
    +nav-parent_id: graphs
    +nav-pos: 6
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    +Bipartite Graph
    +---------------
    +
    +A bipartite graph (also called a two-mode graph) is a type of graph where vertices are
separated into two disjoint sets. These sets are usually called top and bottom vertices. A
single edge in this graph can only connect vertices from opposite sets (i.e. bottom vertex
to top vertex) and cannot connect to vertices in the same set.
    +
    +Theses graphs have wide application in practice and can be a more natural choice for
particular domains. For example to represent authorship of scientific papers top vertices
can represent scientific papers while bottom nodes will represent authors. Naturally a node
between a top and a bottom nodes would represent an authorship of a particular scientific
paper. Another common example for applications of bipartite graphs is a relationships between
actors and movies. In this case an edge represents that a particular actor played in a movie.
    --- End diff --
    
     a node between a top and a bottom nodes => an edge?


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