Exchanging Graphs with GXL

@inproceedings{Winter2001ExchangingGW,
  title={Exchanging Graphs with GXL},
  author={Andreas Winter},
  booktitle={Graph Drawing},
  year={2001}
}
GXL (Graph eXchange Language) is designed to be a standard data exchange format for graph-based tools. GXL is de ned as an XML sublanguage, which o ers support for exchanging instance graphs together with their appropriate schema information in a uniform format. Formally, GXL is based on typed, attributed, directed, ordered graphs which are extended by concepts to represent hypergraphs and hierarchical graphs. Using this general graph model, GXL o ers a versatile support for exchanging nearly… CONTINUE READING
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