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Is there any type of weighted directed graph which is also having another property which is stored value for every vertex.

so then the graph definition will look something like:

$E = \{a,b,c,d\}$

$V = \{(a,b),(b,c),(c,d),(d,a)\}$

$W = \{(a,b)\mapsto 0.1,(b,c)\mapsto 0.2,(c,d)\mapsto 0.3,(d,a)\mapsto 0.4\}$

$ X = \{a\mapsto 25,b\mapsto 35,c\mapsto 15,d\mapsto 25\} $

It is exists , how it is called?

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I found an interesting paper you might be interested in: doubly weighted graph in the paper such graphs are called doubly weighted graphs but there might be other names as this seems to be merely a descriptive one.

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