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Define bipartite graph. Also given an example of it, where do you use this type of graph.

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Bipartite Graphs are those which have two sets of vertices which are mutually disjoint . The Relation or edges in these graphs exists only between two vertices which are not from the same set of vertices. 

Famous example :
Assigning n jobs to m persons can be modelled using  a Bipartite Graph..
The edge exists if a job i can be allotted to a person p.

Obviously this requires a Bipartite model of graph, Since an edge here can not exist between a job to another job or a person to another person.


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