Mean distance in a directed graph
In this paper we study the mean of the distances in a directed graph and compare the results obtained with the corresponding results for undirected graphs. We derive a formula which enables the computation of best possible upper and lower bounds for the mean of the distances in a directed graph. Finally we present a table of values of the mean distance for small graphs and directed graphs.
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