[Nauty] from subgraph to supergraph
Brendan McKay
bdm at cs.anu.edu.au
Wed Sep 8 22:11:01 EST 2004
* Sterten at aol.com <Sterten at aol.com> [040908 05:14]:
>
> In einer eMail vom 07.09.2004 12:57:47 Westeuropäische Sommerzeit schreibt
> zstanic at matf.bg.ac.yu:
>
> I hope that somebody can give me answer on this: Is it possible to
> obtain all
> nonisomorfic supergraphs (on specified number of nodes) of given graph
> by using of some program from Nauty package? For example, if I have one
> graph on (let I say) 8
> nodes, can I obtain all graphs on 10 nodes which consist the previous
> graph as its subgraph?
>
> Zoran
> ---------------------------------------------
>
> you can use the "prune" in geng.c .
> if n=8, then check whether the submitted graph is isomorphic to the required
> graph.
No, that does not work. geng will only generate certain supergraphs and
not all supergraphs.
> or do it by yourself:
> add a new 9th vertex, connect it to each possible subset of the 8 vertices.
> call canonize on the 2^8 graphs
> sort out the doublettes
> add a 10ths vertex to each of the remaining supergraphs with 9 vertices
> connect it to each subset of the 9 other vertices
> etc.
Yes. Unfortunately there is not currently a developed tool for
doing this. There should be, of course.
Brendan.
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