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 IedgeCStri R Documentation

## The indicator for the presence of an edge from a point to another for the underlying or reflexivity graphs of Central Similarity Proximity Catch Digraphs (CS-PCDs) - one triangle case

### Description

Returns I(p1p2 is an edge in the underlying or reflexivity graph of CS-PCDs ) for points p1 and p2 in a given triangle.

More specifically, when the argument ugraph="underlying", it returns the edge indicator for the CS-PCD underlying graph, that is, returns 1 if p2 is in N_{CS}(p1,t) or p1 is in N_{CS}(p2,t), returns 0 otherwise. On the other hand, when ugraph="reflexivity", it returns the edge indicator for the CS-PCD reflexivity graph, that is, returns 1 if p2 is in N_{CS}(p1,t) and p1 is in N_{CS}(p2,t), returns 0 otherwise.

In both cases CS proximity region is constructed with respect to the triangle tri and edge regions are based on the center, M=(m_1,m_2) in Cartesian coordinates or M=(\alpha,\beta,\gamma) in barycentric coordinates in the interior of tri; default is M=(1,1,1), i.e., the center of mass of tri.

If p1 and p2 are distinct and either of them are outside tri, it returns 0, but if they are identical, then it returns 1 regardless of their locations (i.e., it allows loops).

### Usage

IedgeCStri(
p1,
p2,
tri,
t,
M = c(1, 1, 1),
ugraph = c("underlying", "reflexivity")
)


### Arguments

 p1 A 2D point whose CS proximity region is constructed. p2 A 2D point. The function determines whether there is an edge from p1 to p2 or not in the underlying or reflexivity graphs of CS-PCDs. tri A 3 \times 2 matrix with each row representing a vertex of the triangle. t A positive real number which serves as the expansion parameter in CS proximity region. M A 2D point in Cartesian coordinates or a 3D point in barycentric coordinates which serves as a center in the interior of the triangle tri; default is M=(1,1,1), i.e., the center of mass of tri. ugraph The type of the graph based on CS-PCDs, "underlying" is for the underlying graph, and "reflexivity" is for the reflexivity graph (default is "underlying").

### Value

Returns 1 if there is an edge between points p1 and p2 in the underlying or reflexivity graph of CS-PCDs in a given triangle tri, and 0 otherwise.

Elvan Ceyhan

### References

\insertAllCited

IedgeCSbasic.tri, IedgeAStri, IedgePEtri and IarcCStri

### Examples

#\donttest{
A<-c(1,1); B<-c(2,0); C<-c(1.5,2);
Tr<-rbind(A,B,C);
M<-as.numeric(pcds::runif.tri(1,Tr)$g) t<-1.5 n<-3 set.seed(1) Xp<-pcds::runif.tri(n,Tr)$g

IedgeCStri(Xp[1,],Xp[2,],Tr,t,M)
IedgeCStri(Xp[1,],Xp[2,],Tr,t,M,ugraph = "reflexivity")

P1<-as.numeric(pcds::runif.tri(1,Tr)$g) P2<-as.numeric(pcds::runif.tri(1,Tr)$g)
IedgeCStri(P1,P2,Tr,t,M)
IedgeCStri(P1,P2,Tr,t,M,ugraph="r")
#}



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