A Level Computer Science: Graphs
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Compatible with the following examination boards
A graph is a collection of two sets: vertices and edges. Two adjacent vertices or nodes are connected by edges or arcs. A graph is classified as a non-linear data structure.
There are two types of graphs:
- Directed graphs: In directed graphs, all the edges are unidirectional.
- Undirected graphs: In undirected graphs, all the edges are bidirectional.
This A Level Computer Science module introduces graphs to your students, explaining:
- Graphs and its types
- Implementing graphs in programming
- Traversing graphs
More Data types, data structures and algorithms Modules
Graphs is one lesson in our Data types, data structures and algorithms module. The other theory lessons can be found below: