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Old 04-29-2007, 08:36 AM   #1
kpachopoulos
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GT-ITM topology


Hi,
i have this GT-ITM topology:
-------------------------------------------------------------
GRAPH (#nodes #edges id uu vv ww xx yy zz):
12000 93178 geo(0,{12000,130,3,0.001,0.000,0.000}) 130

VERTICES (index name u v w x y z):
0 0 91 34
1 1 32 81
2 2 7 44
3 3 96 126
4 4 61 15
5 5 21 40
6 6 102 42
7 7 0 91
8 8 51 87
9 9 10 27
...
--------------------------------------------------------------
Can somebody explain, what each row represents? I suspect, that the 1st and 2nd columns are some kind of ids -i don't know why they are repeated- and the 3d and 4th columns represent edges to other peers.
 
Old 06-10-2012, 12:41 AM   #2
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Hi nocturna_gr,

Please if you understand the meaning of each column, please give me some explanation.

Thanks in advance.
 
  


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