pub struct Sccs<N: Idx, S: Idx> {
    scc_indices: IndexVec<N, S>,
    scc_data: SccData<S>,
}
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Strongly connected components (SCC) of a graph. The type N is the index type for the graph nodes and S is the index type for the SCCs. We can map from each node to the SCC that it participates in, and we also have the successors of each SCC.

Fields

scc_indices: IndexVec<N, S>

For each node, what is the SCC index of the SCC to which it belongs.

scc_data: SccData<S>

Data about each SCC.

Implementations

Returns the number of SCCs in the graph.

Returns an iterator over the SCCs in the graph.

The SCCs will be iterated in dependency order (or post order), meaning that if S1 -> S2, we will visit S2 first and S1 after. This is convenient when the edges represent dependencies: when you visit S1, the value for S2 will already have been computed.

Returns the SCC to which a node r belongs.

Returns the successors of the given SCC.

Construct the reverse graph of the SCC graph.

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