**Digraph** may refer to:

- Digraph (orthography), a pair of characters used together to represent a single sound, such as "sh" in English
- Typographical ligature, the joining of two letters as a single glyph, such as "æ"
- Digraph (computing), a two-character sequence used in computing to enter a single conceptual character
- Digraph or directed graph, in graph theory
- Digraph, component of a CIA cryptonym, a covert code name

### Other articles related to "digraph, digraphs":

ZH

... the Chinese language—zhongwen Zhe (Cyrillic) (Ж), a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet Zh (

... the Chinese language—zhongwen Zhe (Cyrillic) (Ж), a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet Zh (

**digraph**), a**digraph**in some languages, such as Albanian, Uyghur (Uyghur Latin ... transliterating into English, "zh" is the usual**digraph**for the sound in Russian and many other languages ...List Of Cyrillic

... is an uncommon

**Digraph**s - Ж... is an uncommon

**digraph**used in Russian to write the sound, which is also written as the decomposable letter sequences (not**digraphs**) ⟨зж⟩ and ... the sound value of ⟨жч⟩ is a predictable effect of assimilation, it is not a true**digraph**... like in other languages such as Abkhaz, where ⟨жь⟩ would not be considered a**digraph**, but this is not the case in Kabardian ...Directed Graph - Basic Terminology

... A weighted

... A weighted

**digraph**is a**digraph**with weights assigned to its arcs, similarly to a weighted graph ... In the context of graph theory a**digraph**with weighted edges is called a network ... The adjacency matrix of a**digraph**(with loops and multiple arcs) is the integer-valued matrix with rows and columns corresponding to the nodes, where a nondiagonal entry is the number of arcs from node i to ...Directed Graph

... specifically in graph theory, a directed graph (or

... specifically in graph theory, a directed graph (or

**digraph**) is a graph, or set of nodes connected by edges, where the edges have a direction associated with them ... In formal terms, a**digraph**is a pair (sometimes ) of a set V, whose elements are called vertices or nodes, a set A of ordered pairs of vertices, called arcs, directed edges, or arrows (and ... Sometimes a**digraph**is called a simple**digraph**to distinguish it from a directed multigraph, in which the arcs constitute a multiset, rather than a set, of ordered pairs of vertices ...Main Site Subjects

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