Graphs and Graph Algorithms in C++
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Developers
- Bjoern Andres, bjoern@andres.sc
- Duligur Ibeling, duligur@gmail.com
- Giannis Kalofolias, kalofolias@mpi-inf.mpg.de
- Margret Keuper, keuper@cs.uni-freiburg.de
- Jan-Hendrik Lange, jan-hendrik.lange@online.de
- Evgeny Levinkov, levinkov@mpi-inf.mpg.de
- Mark Matten, markmatten@gmail.com
- Markus Rempfler, markus.rempfler@tum.de
Synopsis
This C++ template library implements directed and undirected graphs with constant-time random access to incident vertices and edges. Vertices and edges can always be indexed by contiguous integers as well as by STL-compliant random access iterators. This simplifies the implementation of algorithms for static graphs. In dynamic graphs (where vertices or edges can be removed), their changing integer indices can be followed, if necessary, via callbacks. Subgraphs are defined by subgraph masks.
Features
- Graph classes
- Graph
- Digraph
- Complete graph
- d-dimensional grid graph
- Constant-time random access to incident vertices and edges
- by contiguous integer indices
- by STL-compliant random access iterators
- Insertion and removal of vertices and edges in graph and digraphs
- Tracking of integer indices of vertices and edges by callbacks
- Multiple edges between the same pair of vertices (disabled by default)
Time Complexity
Operation | Graph | Digraph | CompleteGraph | GridGraph<d> | |
n = numberOfVertices() | O(1) | O(1) | O(1) | O(1) | |
n = numberOfEdges() | O(1) | O(1) | O(1) | O(1) | |
n = numberOfEdgesFromVertex(v) | O(1) | O(1) | O(1) | O(d) | |
n = numberOfEdgesToVertex(v) | O(1) | O(1) | O(1) | O(d) | |
v = vertexOfEdge(e, j) | O(1) | O(1) | O(1) | O(d) | |
e = edgeFromVertex(v, j) | O(1) | O(1) | O(1) | O(d) | |
e = edgeToVertex(v, j) | O(1) | O(1) | O(1) | O(d) | |
v = vertexFromVertex(v, j) | O(1) | O(1) | O(1) | O(d) | |
v = vertexToVertex(v, j) | O(1) | O(1) | O(1) | O(d) | |
r = findEdge(v0, v1) | O(log deg G) | O(log deg G) | O(1) | O(d^{2}) | |
v = insertVertex() | O(1) | O(1) | n/a | n/a | |
v = insertVertices(n) | O(1) | O(1) | n/a | n/a | |
e = insertEdge(v0, v1) | O(deg G) | O(deg G) | n/a | n/a | |
eraseEdge(e) | O(deg G) | O(deg G) | n/a | n/a | |
eraseVertex(v) | O((deg G)^{2}) | O((deg G)^{2}) | n/a | n/a |
Algorithms
- Search and traversal, implemented generically, with callbacks
- depth first search (DFS)
- breadth first search (BFS)
- 1-connected components
- by breadth-first search
- by disjoint sets
- 2-connected components
- cut-vertices/articulation vertices (Hopcroft-Tarjan Algorithm [6])
- cut-edges/bridges (Tarjan's algorithm [10])
- Shortest paths in weighted and unweighted graphs, as sequences of edges or vertices
- Single source shortest path (SSSP)
- Single pair shortest path (SPSP)
- Minimum spanning trees and minimum spanning forests
- Prim's algorithm [9]
- Dynamic Programming
- Maximum st-flow
- Goldberg-Tarjan Algorithm/Push-Relabel Algorithm [5] with FIFO vertex selection rule
- Edmonds-Karp Algorithm [4]
- Bipartite Matching
- Extension of the Munkres algorithm by Bourgeois and Lasalle [11]
- Minimum Cost (Lifted) Multicut [2,3]
- A Branch-and-Cut Algorithm based on [2] and Gurobi
- A generalization [1] of the Kernighan-Lin Algorithm [7]
- Greedy additive edge contraction [8]
- Set Partition [3]
- by specialization of minimum cost multicut algorithms for complete graphs
References
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- Horňáková A., Lange J.-H. and Andres B. Analysis and Optimization of Graph Decompositions by Lifted Multicuts. ICML 2017
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- Keuper M., Levinkov E., Bonneel N., Lavoué G., Brox T. and Andres B. Efficient Decomposition of Image and Mesh Graphs by Lifted Multicuts. Int. Conf. on Computer Vision (ICCV) 2015
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- Bourgeois F. and Lasalle J.-C. An extension of the Munkres algorithm for the assignment problem to rectangular matrices. Communications of the ACM 14(12):802-804 1971.
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