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gives the biconnected components of the undirected graph g.
- Bicomponents functionality is now available in the built-in Wolfram Language function KVertexConnectedComponents.
- To use Bicomponents, you first need to load the Graph Utilities Package using Needs["GraphUtilities`"].
- A biconnected component is a maximal subgraph that has no cutpoint, where a cutpoint is a vertex v such that the subgraph becomes disconnected if v and all its edges are removed.
- Bicomponents treats the input g as an undirected graph.
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Basic Examples (2)
Bicomponents has been superseded by KVertexConnectedComponents:
Properties & Relations (2)
- Graph Utilities Package
- Graphs & Networks
- Graph Visualization
- Computation on Graphs
- Graph Construction & Representation
- Graphs and Matrices
- Graph Properties & Measurements
- Graph Operations and Modifications
- Statistical Analysis
- Social Network Analysis
- Graph Properties
- Mathematical Data Formats
- Discrete Mathematics