[erlang-questions] graphs and trees

Thomas Lindgren <>
Thu Dec 20 13:04:26 CET 2007


--- Richard Carlsson <> wrote:

> Thomas Lindgren wrote:
> > If some node remains unmarked after this
> traversal,
> > it's not a tree either. (It's not connected, or
> there
> > is no unique root, or ...)
> 
> A case of not seeing the tree for all the forests?
> :-)

Well, I almost called it a forest, but you could also
have the case of, say, two distinct root nodes sharing
subtrees/-graphs. That's not quite a forest (um, I
think) but maybe a banyan tree? :-)

Best,
Thomas




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