# All isomorphic mappings between a graph and subgraphs of another graph

Source:`R/topology.R`

`subgraph_isomorphisms.Rd`

All isomorphic mappings between a graph and subgraphs of another graph

## Usage

`subgraph_isomorphisms(pattern, target, method = c("lad", "vf2"), ...)`

## Arguments

- pattern
The smaller graph, it might be directed or undirected. Undirected graphs are treated as directed graphs with mutual edges.

- target
The bigger graph, it might be directed or undirected. Undirected graphs are treated as directed graphs with mutual edges.

- method
The method to use. Possible values: ‘auto’, ‘lad’, ‘vf2’. See their details below.

- ...
Additional arguments, passed to the various methods.

## ‘lad’ method

This is the LAD algorithm by Solnon, see the reference below. It has the following extra arguments:

- domains
If not

`NULL`

, then it specifies matching restrictions. It must be a list of`target`

vertex sets, given as numeric vertex ids or symbolic vertex names. The length of the list must be`vcount(pattern)`

and for each vertex in`pattern`

it gives the allowed matching vertices in`target`

. Defaults to`NULL`

.- induced
Logical scalar, whether to search for an induced subgraph. It is

`FALSE`

by default.- time.limit
The processor time limit for the computation, in seconds. It defaults to

`Inf`

, which means no limit.

## ‘vf2’ method

This method uses the VF2 algorithm by Cordella, Foggia et al., see references below. It supports vertex and edge colors and have the following extra arguments:

- vertex.color1, vertex.color2
Optional integer vectors giving the colors of the vertices for colored graph isomorphism. If they are not given, but the graph has a “color” vertex attribute, then it will be used. If you want to ignore these attributes, then supply

`NULL`

for both of these arguments. See also examples below.- edge.color1, edge.color2
Optional integer vectors giving the colors of the edges for edge-colored (sub)graph isomorphism. If they are not given, but the graph has a “color” edge attribute, then it will be used. If you want to ignore these attributes, then supply

`NULL`

for both of these arguments.

## See also

Other graph isomorphism:
`canonical_permutation()`

,
`count_isomorphisms()`

,
`count_subgraph_isomorphisms()`

,
`graph_from_isomorphism_class()`

,
`isomorphic()`

,
`isomorphism_class()`

,
`isomorphisms()`

,
`subgraph_isomorphic()`