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The variations observed between French and British free speeds are due to differences in maximum speeds authorized by the Highway Code and to differences in design features present for the same infrastructure class. The geometry of roads in the French network often has better quality than that of the British roads. Infrastructures are assigned to each class by the operator on the basis of the technical information provided, in particular, by roadmaps and road agencies. The Space-time Variability of Road Base Accessibility Free speed Class Design features of the infrastructure France Great Britain R1 Highway.
It is neither considered nor even mentioned that the representation can be “plotted” on a plane or in a three-dimensional space or be the projection of one onto the other [CAU 76, CAU 86], except in the case of a planar graph and that of the construction of a dual graph, which can be plotted on a plane, a sphere or a torus [HEA 76, HEA 86, LHU 76, LHU 86, POI 76, POI 86]. The concerns of the founding fathers of graph theory have been simultaneously developed and reduced. The drawing of graphs and their constraints, network image or images This absence of rules of graph drawing is a considerable difficulty for the representation of modeled networks, whereas for network cartography there is a graphic semiology.
We make it correspond to a planar graph G* in the following manner: inside every face s of G we place a node x * of G *; we make every edge e of G we correspond to an edge e* of G*, which connects the z nodes x* and y* corresponding to the faces s and t that are on both sides of edge e. The graph G* thus defined is planar connected and does not have an isolated node: it is called the dual graph of G” (see Figure 7). Figure 7. Primal graph and its dual [BER 70] This definition is insufficient and, for example, Aldous and Wilson specify [ALD 00]: “let G be a connected graph.