Use this if you are using igraph from R
Dominator tree of a directed graph.
dominator_tree(graph, root, mode = c("out", "in"))
graph |
A directed graph. If it is not a flowgraph, and it contains some vertices not reachable from the root vertex, then these vertices will be collected and returned as part of the result. |
root |
The id of the root (or source) vertex, this will be the root of the tree. |
mode |
Constant, must be ‘ |
A flowgraph is a directed graph with a distinguished start (or root) vertex r, such that for any vertex v, there is a path from r to v. A vertex v dominates another vertex w (not equal to v), if every path from r to w contains v. Vertex v is the immediate dominator or w, v=idom(w), if v dominates w and every other dominator of w dominates v. The edges {(idom(w),w)| w is not r} form a directed tree, rooted at r, called the dominator tree of the graph. Vertex v dominates vertex w if and only if v is an ancestor of w in the dominator tree.
This function implements the Lengauer-Tarjan algorithm to construct the dominator tree of a directed graph. For details see the reference below.
A list with components:
dom |
A numeric vector giving the
immediate dominators for each vertex. For vertices that are unreachable from
the root, it contains |
domtree |
A graph object, the dominator tree. Its vertex ids are the as the vertex ids of the input graph. Isolate vertices are the ones that are unreachable from the root. |
leftout |
A numeric vector containing the vertex ids that are unreachable from the root. |
Gabor Csardi csardi.gabor@gmail.com
Thomas Lengauer, Robert Endre Tarjan: A fast algorithm for finding dominators in a flowgraph, ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS) I/1, 121–141, 1979.
## The example from the paper g <- graph_from_literal(R-+A:B:C, A-+D, B-+A:D:E, C-+F:G, D-+L, E-+H, F-+I, G-+I:J, H-+E:K, I-+K, J-+I, K-+I:R, L-+H) dtree <- dominator_tree(g, root="R") layout <- layout_as_tree(dtree$domtree, root="R") layout[,2] <- -layout[,2] plot(dtree$domtree, layout=layout, vertex.label=V(dtree$domtree)$name)