# Infinite Graph

A Infinite Graph is a Graph that contains an Infinite number of Graph Nodes and/or Graph Edges.

**See:**Finite Graph.

## References

- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finite_graph#Finite_and_infinite_graphs
- A finite graph is a graph G = <V,E> such that V(G) and E(G) are finite sets. An infinite graph is the one with sets of vertices or edges or both infinite.
- Most commonly in graph theory it is implied that the discussed graphs are finite, i.e., finite graphs are called simply "graphs", while the infinite graphs are called so in full.