Tool to generate graph???

Bob Drzyzgula bob at drzyzgula.org
Wed Feb 6 11:04:15 EST 2002


Geraldo,

I assume that you mean that you are doing graph-theoretic
calculations, which most likely do not involve any visually-
oriented output or storage, i.e. the data files are simply
lists of nodes and connections thereamong? If so, this seems
as if it would be a highly application-specific requirement,
e.g. you could find an extraordinarilly powerful hunk of
software that would do you absolutely no good because your
program requires graphs to be stored in an incompatible format.

That being said, a quick Google search on "graph theory software"
turns up a number of hits, an early one of which is

  http://www.math.niu.edu/~rusin/known-math/index/05CXX.html

which in turn has a bunch of links to graph theoretical software.
One link that is listed is to netlib, which is always a good
place to go rooting around for this kind of stuff.

Hope this helps,
--Bob Drzyzgula

On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 12:29:42PM -0200, Geraldo Pereira de Souza wrote:
> 
> People,
> 
> I´m working in parallel simulation using oriented graphs in a beowulf
> machine.
> My application receive a graph and search to cicles and knots in the graph.
> I´ve tested the algorithm with small graphs (edited manually), but now, i
> must test with large graphs.
> 
> I need a tool that generate random graphs and save it in a file. My program
> must read the file and search for cicles and knots.
> 
> Could anyone help me please?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Geraldo Pereira de Souza (geraldo at cic.unb.br)
> Laboratório de Sistemas Integrados e Concorrentes - LAICO
> Universidade de Brasília - UNB
> 55-61-307-2703 ramal 228
> 
> 
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