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Re: How to find a inverse of line graph?


Hi,

"line graph of G" can mean G is a function G[x] and
you wish to find an approximation to the numerical data
or it may mean that you have a drwing of the graph
(nodes and edges) and you need a representation of the
edge list. And there may be some more interpretations
what your "G" may be ...


Regards
  Jens
<sowencheung at gmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag 
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| Hi, folks
|
| Given a line graph of G, how can I find the G?
|
| Very clueless, I did think about it for a long 
time. Anyone would like
| to help?
|
| Thanks!
|
| Sowen
| 



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