Topological folding of multiple chaotic graphs with density variation
M. Alogab, Fathia
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Abstract: Chaotic graph is a graph which carries physical characters with density variation; the density of chaotic graphs can be fixed and unique or different, according to this the representation of the chaotic graphs by matrices is different to normal chaotic graphs and this research is a following discussion to previous research done, which is “Folding simple chaotic graphs with density variation, Journal of Humanities and Applied Science (JHAS)”. Firstly, we will discuss the idea of topological folding of multiple chaotic graphs with density variation and we start by introducing the definition of multiple graphs, and we will define the incidence matrix representing the topological folding of this type of multiple chaotic graphs, also the limit of this folding will be deduced. In each case we will discuss the decrease or increase the degree of density.