What is a Bipartite Graph?

Now, we'll be introduced to a unique graph called the bipartite graph. We will also take a look at some examples to better understand the concept.

Introduction #

The bipartite graph is a special member of the graph family. The vertices of this graph are divided into two disjointed parts in such a way that no two vertices in the same part are adjacent to each other.

The bipartite graph is a type of k-partite graph where k is 2. In a 5-partite graph, we would have 5 disjointed sets, and members of a set would not be adjacent to each other.

To understand bipartite graphs better, have a look at the examples below:

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