# Graph - Root (Rooted)

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A rooted graph is a graph in which one vertex has been distinguished as the root.

A tree is a good example of a rooted graph

Graph (Network - Nodes and edges) 34 pages

- Acyclic
- Adjacent (is adjacent to, connected)
- Algorithm
- Alluvial Diagram (Flow)
- Analysis
- Analytics
- (Node) Attribute
- Cycle
- Directed acyclic graph (DAG)
- Database
- Degree
- Dijkstra's algorithm (Shortest-Path FirstSPF)
- Directed Graph (or digraph)
- Direction
- (Edge | Links | Arcs | Lines | Arrows)Association
- Finite
- Force
- Graph Model (Network Model)
- (Node | Vertice | Vertex | Point)
- Operator (Operations)
- Path
- Persistence on file (format)
- Node Position
- Relationship
- Root (Rooted)
- Sankey Diagram (Flow)
- Shortest path (Path Finding)
- Minimum spanning forest
- Spanning
- Data Structure (Physical Representation)
- Traversal
- Undirected graph
- Visualization

A rooted graph is a graph in which one vertex has been distinguished as the root.

A tree is a good example of a rooted graph

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