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// named parameter versiontemplate <class Graph1, class Graph2, class P, class T, class R> bool isomorphism(const Graph1& g1, const Graph2& g2, const bgl_named_params<P,T,R>& params =all defaults)// non-named parameter versiontemplate <typename Graph1, typename Graph2, typename IsoMap, typename VertexInvariant1, typename VertexInvariant2, typename V1Map, typename V2Map> bool isomorphism(const Graph1& g1, const Graph2& g2, IsoMap f, VertexInvariant1 invariant2, VertexInvariant2 invariant2, std::size_t max_invariant, VertexIndex1Map i1_map, VertexIndex2Map i2_map)

An ** isomorphism** is a 1-to-1 mapping of the vertices in
one graph to the vertices of another graph such that adjacency is
preserved. Another words, given graphs

This function returns `true` if there exists an isomorphism
between graph 1 and graph 2 and `false` otherwise. Also, if a
isomorphism map named parameter is provided then an isomorphism is
recorded in the map.

The current implementation is based on descriptions of a backtracking algorithm in [46,48]. The file isomorphism-impl.pdf contains a (somewhat out-of-date) "literate" description of the implementation. The algorithm used is simple but slow. A more efficient (and much more complex) algorithm is described in [47]. When (and if) a version of this algorithm is ported to the BGL interface it should replace the current algorithm.

A directed or undirected graph. The graph type must model of Vertex List Graph and Edge List Graph.IN:

A directed or undirected graph. The graph type must model Bidirectional Graph and Vertex List Graph.

The mapping from vertices in graph 1 to vertices in graph 2.IN:IsoMapmust be a Read/Write Property Map.

Default:aniterator_property_mapconstructed from astd::vectorof graph 2's vertex descriptor type and the vertex index map for graph 1.

Python: Must be avertex_vertex_mapfor the first graph.

Mappings from vertices to integers which restrict which vertices may be considered isomorphic. If a candidate isomorphism mapsIN:v1tov2buti1(v1) !=i2(v2), that candidate is rejected. This mapping can be used either to speed up the search (as is done by the default value, which requires that the degrees ofv1andv2are equal) or to impose extra conditions on the result. TheVertexInvariant1andVertexInvariant2types must model AdaptableUnaryFunction, with the argument type ofvertex_invariant1beingGraph1's vertex descriptor type, the argument type ofvertex_invariant2beingGraph2's vertex descriptor type, and both functions sharing a result type that is totally ordered and hashable, such as an integer.

Default:degree_vertex_invariantfor both arguments

Python: Unsupported parameter.

This parameter is ignored as it is no longer necessary, but kept for backwards compatibility.IN:

This maps each vertex to an integer in the rangeIN:[0, num_vertices(g)). This is necessary for efficient updates of the heap data structure when an edge is relaxed. The typeVertexIndex1Mapmust be a model of Readable Property Map. The value type of the map must be an integer type. The vertex descriptor type of graph 1 needs to be usable as the key type of the map.

Default:get(vertex_index, g1)Note: if you use this default, make sure your graph has an internalvertex_indexproperty. For example,adjacency_listwithVertexList=listSdoes not have an internalvertex_indexproperty.

Python: Unsupported parameter.

This maps each vertex to an integer in the range[0, num_vertices(g)). This is necessary for efficient updates of the heap data structure when an edge is relaxed. The typeVertexIndex2Mapmust be a model of Readable Property Map. The value type of the map must be an integer type. The vertex descriptor type of graph 2 needs to be usable as the key type of the map.

Default:get(vertex_index, g2)Note: if you use this default, make sure your graph has an internalvertex_indexproperty. For example,adjacency_listwithVertexList=listSdoes not have an internalvertex_indexproperty.

Python: Unsupported parameter.

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