Computes the Hamming distance between two graph objects.

1 | ```
hammingDist(G1, G2, allMistakesOne = TRUE)
``` |

`G1` |
p x p adjacency matrix of the first graph. |

`G2` |
p x p adjacency matrix of the second graph. |

`allMistakesOne` |
boolean variable (TRUE/FALSE) that indicates whether all mistakes should be counted as one. E.g., if it is set to FALSE the Hamming distance between X -> Y and X <- Y is two and one if it set to TRUE. |

The Hamming distance between two graphs counts the number of edges, in which the graphs do not coincide. allMistakesOne determines whether a reversed edge counts as two or as one mistake. The Hamming distance is symmetric, that is hammingDist(G1,G2) = hammingDist(G2,G1).

The method outputs the computed Hamming distance.

Jonas Peters <jonas.peters@tuebingen.mpg.de>

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