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awarded  Supporter
Apr
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accepted Determining whether two k-chromatic graphs are equivalent (not simply isomorphic) using IsomorphicGraphQ?
Apr
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comment Is it possible for me to explicitly specify a point list for SpatialGraphDistribution?
@Szabolcs I think you're answer is the answer I was looking for - it can't be done, so I have to rely on my own implementation.
Apr
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accepted Is it possible for me to explicitly specify a point list for SpatialGraphDistribution?
Apr
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comment Is it possible for me to explicitly specify a point list for SpatialGraphDistribution?
@Szabolcs Oh, no I'm just asking to be able to feed a set of points to SpatialGraphDistribution that I've already generated by simulating Random Sequential Adsorption (RSA). My understanding, from the literature, is that this random packing process must be simulated.
Apr
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awarded  Editor
Apr
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revised Is it possible for me to explicitly specify a point list for SpatialGraphDistribution?
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Apr
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comment Determining whether two k-chromatic graphs are equivalent (not simply isomorphic) using IsomorphicGraphQ?
@Szabolcs Thanks - good to know that IsomorphicGraphQ doesn't return "False" if it times out.
Apr
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comment Determining whether two k-chromatic graphs are equivalent (not simply isomorphic) using IsomorphicGraphQ?
@DanielLichtblau Please feel free to write your response as an answer so that I may accept it.
Apr
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asked Is it possible for me to explicitly specify a point list for SpatialGraphDistribution?
Apr
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comment Determining whether two k-chromatic graphs are equivalent (not simply isomorphic) using IsomorphicGraphQ?
@DanielLichtblau I believe it's true that your answer is the best one can do without additional guarantees about the structure of $G_1$ and $G_2$.
Apr
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asked Determining whether two k-chromatic graphs are equivalent (not simply isomorphic) using IsomorphicGraphQ?
Apr
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awarded  Scholar
Apr
9
comment Determining whether two $k$-chromatic graphs are isomorphic (respecting vertex coloration)
@whuber Sorry for the delay in responding, but this is a fantastic answer!
Apr
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accepted Determining whether two $k$-chromatic graphs are isomorphic (respecting vertex coloration)
Apr
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awarded  Student
Apr
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asked Determining whether two $k$-chromatic graphs are isomorphic (respecting vertex coloration)