Bipartite graph

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A bipartite graph is a graph where nodes can be divided into two groups V1 and V2 such that no edge connects the vertices in the same group.

examples of bipartite social graphs

  • Author-conference database
  • Peer to peer network (nodes vs files)
  • Stock-broker graph