Mean information content of the distance equalities

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Description

This method calculates the mean information content of the distance equalities.

Usage

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Arguments

g

a graph as a graphNEL object.

dist

the distance matrix of the graph. Will be calculated automatically if not supplied.

Value

The mean information content of the distance equalities I^E_D(G) as a double-precision floating point value.

Author(s)

Michael Schutte

References

D. Bonchev and N. Trinajstic, Information theory, distance matrix and molecular branching, J. Chem. Phys., 67:4517-4533, 1977

Examples

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set.seed(987)
g <- randomEGraph(as.character(1:10), 0.3)

dist <- distanceMatrix(g)

bonchev3(g, dist)

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