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Hi all I am interest in some resources to read about split graphs , bipartite graphs . triangulated graphs , cograph and P4-free graphs.I would also like if posible if this reasources have some sort of simple aplications in them in java but if they are in another language it dosent matter.
Thank you in Advance!
A Google search should yield info on them, example: split graph
If you are looking for applications that generate them, you might try R. Though looking at some of the graphs, they don't appear to be statistical in nature so R might not be that helpful. But you never know, someone might have come up with a R function for those graphs.