Another type of graph is one known as a weighted graph. A weighted graph is like a regular graph but contains additional information about the edges in the graph.
Here’s a weighted graph that represents a basic map of a few major cities in the United States:
In this graph, each edge is accompanied by a number that represents the distance in miles between the cities that the edge connects. For example, there are 714 miles between Chicago and New York City.
It’s also possible to have directional weighted graphs. In the following example, we can see that although a flight from Dallas to Toronto is $138, a flight from Toronto to Dallas ...