The term "irregular graph" may be used to refer to a graph that is not
regular.

However, a different definition considers an edge-weighted graph in which each edge is assigned a positive integer weight and the degree of a vertex is defined as the
sum of the weights of its incident edges. Such a graph may be termed irregular if
all the vertices have distinct degrees (Faudree et al. 1989, Przybylo 2024).

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