- cugraph.overlap_w(input_graph: Graph, weights: DataFrame = None, vertex_pair: DataFrame = None, do_expensive_check: bool = False)#
Compute the weighted Overlap Coefficient between each pair of vertices connected by an edge, or between arbitrary pairs of vertices specified by the user. Overlap Coefficient is defined between two sets as the ratio of the volume of their intersection divided by the smaller of their volumes. In the context of graphs, the neighborhood of a vertex is seen as a set. The Overlap Coefficient weight of each edge represents the strength of connection between vertices based on the relative similarity of their neighbors. If first is specified but second is not, or vice versa, an exception will be thrown.
NOTE: This algorithm doesn’t currently support datasets with vertices that are not (re)numebred vertices from 0 to V-1 where V is the total number of vertices as this creates isolated vertices.
cuGraph Graph instance, should contain the connectivity information as an edge list (edge weights are not used for this algorithm). The adjacency list will be computed if not already present.
Specifies the weights to be used for each vertex. Vertex should be represented by multiple columns for multi-column vertices.
Contains the vertex identifiers
Contains the weights of vertices
- vertex_paircudf.DataFrame, optional (default=None)
A GPU dataframe consisting of two columns representing pairs of vertices. If provided, the overlap coefficient is computed for the given vertex pairs, else, it is computed for all vertex pairs.
- do_expensive_checkbool, optional (default=False)
Deprecated. This option added a check to ensure integer vertex IDs are sequential values from 0 to V-1. That check is now redundant because cugraph unconditionally renumbers and un-renumbers integer vertex IDs for optimal performance, therefore this option is deprecated and will be removed in a future version.
GPU data frame of size E (the default) or the size of the given pairs (first, second) containing the overlap coefficients. The ordering is relative to the adjacency list, or that given by the specified vertex pairs.
The first vertex ID of each pair.
The second vertex ID of each pair.
The computed weighted Overlap coefficient between the first and the second vertex ID.
>>> import random >>> from cugraph.datasets import karate >>> G = karate.get_graph(download=True) >>> # Create a dataframe containing the vertices with their >>> # corresponding weight >>> weights = cudf.DataFrame() >>> # Sample 10 random vertices from the graph and drop duplicates if >>> # there are any to avoid duplicates vertices with different weight >>> # value in the 'weights' dataframe >>> weights['vertex'] = G.nodes().sample(n=10).drop_duplicates() >>> # Reset the indices and drop the index column >>> weights.reset_index(inplace=True, drop=True) >>> # Create a weight column with random weights >>> weights['weight'] = [random.random() for w in range( ... len(weights['vertex']))] >>> df = cugraph.overlap_w(G, weights)