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Um, generation from what? Do you just want to invent graphs out of thin air? Or is there some particular data source you want to convert to graph form?

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Um, generation from what? Do you just want to invent graphs out of thin air? Or is there some particular data source you want to convert to graph form?


Sorry, I want to generate a graph from a rectangle to make a grid-like graph.

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Do you mean a lattice graph? The simplest example has a vertex for each integer lattice point from (1,1) to (m,n), where two vertices are joined by an edge if (and only if) they are adjacent points, i.e. they differ by 1 in either the x or y coordinate.

If that's not what you're looking for, you probably need to be more specific.

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Do you mean a lattice graph? The simplest example has a vertex for each integer lattice point from (1,1) to (m,n), where two vertices are joined by an edge if (and only if) they are adjacent points, i.e. they differ by 1 in either the x or y coordinate.

If that's not what you're looking for, you probably need to be more specific.



Thanks, that is the kind of graph I was looking for. I didn't really know the term for it. I found the algorithm I needed in the source code for Programming Game AI By Example.

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