Does fruchterman-reingold takes into account edge width?

Nov 13, 2014 at 3:13 AM
Edited Nov 13, 2014 at 3:15 AM
Hi,

I am just wondering whether fruchterman-reingold takes into account edge width? Not just edge weight?

For example
A to C edge width is 4 and edge weight is 7
A to C edge width is 3 and edge weight is 7
A to C edge width is 2 and edge weight is 7
A to C edge width is 2 and edge weight is 7
A to C edge width is 1 and edge weight is 7
A to C edge width is 1 and edge weight is 7
A to C edge width is 1 and edge weight is 7

B to C edge width is 2 and edge weight is 13
B to C edge width is 2 and edge weight is 13
B to C edge width is 1 and edge weight is 13
B to C edge width is 1 and edge weight is 13
B to C edge width is 1 and edge weight is 13
B to C edge width is 1 and edge weight is 13
B to C edge width is 1 and edge weight is 13
B to C edge width is 1 and edge weight is 13
B to C edge width is 1 and edge weight is 13
B to C edge width is 1 and edge weight is 13
B to C edge width is 1 and edge weight is 13
B to C edge width is 1 and edge weight is 13
B to C edge width is 1 and edge weight is 13

So, is the width taken into account when fruchterman-reingold lays out relationships between A, B and C? Even though B has more connections with C but A's connection to C is often stronger than B to C?

Is the edge width taken into account when calculating the repulsive and attractive force? I know that the edge weight is taken into account.

Thank you.