Defined in File EdgeSwitchingMarkovChainGenerator.hpp
public NetworKit::StaticDegreeSequenceGenerator
(Class StaticDegreeSequenceGenerator)
Graph generator for generating a random simple graph with exactly the given degree sequence based on the Edge-Switching Markov-Chain method.
This implementation is based on the paper “Random generation of large connected simple graphs with prescribed degree distribution” by Fabien Viger and Matthieu Latapy, available at http://www-rp.lip6.fr/~latapy/FV/generation.html, however without preserving connectivity (this could later be added as optional feature).
The Havel-Hakami generator is used for the initial graph generation, then the Markov-Chain Monte-Carlo algorithm as described and implemented by Fabien Viger and Matthieu Latapy but without the steps for ensuring connectivity is executed. This should lead to a graph that is drawn uniformly at random from all graphs with the given degree sequence.
Note that at most 10 times the number of edges edge swaps are performed (same number as in the aforementioned implementation) and in order to limit the running time, at most 200 times as many attempts to perform an edge swap are made (as certain degree distributions do not allow edge swaps at all).
Public Functions
Initializes the configuration model generator with the given degree sequence sequence.
If the sequence cannot be realized, optionally if ignoreIfRealizable is true, a graph with a different degree sequence is generated where certain nodes might not have their full degree.
sequence – The wanted degree sequence.
ignoreIfNotRealizable – Ignore if the sequence is not realizable and generate a graph anyway.
numSwitchesPerEdge – Average number of edge switches (Markov chain steps) per edge
Generate a graph according to the configuration model.
Issues a INFO log message if the wanted number of edge swaps cannot be performed because of the limit of attempts (see in the description of the class for details).
std::runtime_error – If the sequence cannot be generated and ignoreIfRealizable is false.
The generated graph