connected.linnet: Connected Components of a Linear Network

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) See Also Examples

View source: R/linnet.R

Description

Find the topologically-connected components of a linear network.

Usage

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## S3 method for class 'linnet'
connected(X, ..., what = c("labels", "components"))

Arguments

X

A linear network (object of class "linnet").

...

Ignored.

what

Character string specifying the kind of result.

Details

The function connected is generic. This is the method for linear networks (objects of class "linnet").

Two vertices of the network are connected if they are joined by a path in the network. This function divides the network into subsets, such that all points in a subset are connected to each other.

If what="labels" the return value is a factor with one entry for each vertex of X, identifying which connected component the vertex belongs to.

If what="components" the return value is a list of linear networks, which are the connected components of X.

Value

If what="labels", a factor. If what="components", a list of linear networks.

Author(s)

\adrian

and Suman Rakshit.

See Also

thinNetwork

Examples

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   # remove some edges from a network to make it disconnected
   plot(simplenet, col="grey", main="", lty=2)
   A <- thinNetwork(simplenet, retainedges=-c(3,5))
   plot(A, add=TRUE, lwd=2)
   # find the connected components
   connected(A)
   cA <- connected(A, what="components")
   plot(cA[[1]], add=TRUE, col="green", lwd=2)
   plot(cA[[2]], add=TRUE, col="blue", lwd=2)

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