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Implementation of DISCO and DIMSUM algorithms. #833

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@reconditesea reconditesea commented Mar 25, 2014

#826

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// Returns all edges with weights and non-zero norms
def withNorm[N,E](g: TypedPipe[Edge[N,Weight]])(implicit ord: Ordering[N]):
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this should probably be called withInNorm to distinguish the total in-degree weight of a node from the total out-degree weight of the node.

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// Returns all edges with non-zero in-degree
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Vertices rather than edges right?

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Correct, will change this.

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Implementation of DISCO and DIMSUM algorithms.
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