### Hyperbolic Graph Generator execution times

We run the Hyperbolic graph generator on a
2.4 GHz Intel Core i7 machine and we report the execution times
(in milliseconds) for multiple configurations. We consider a
fixed average degree value equal to **10** and
we vary the graph size (i.e. number of nodes), the expected
power-law exponent (i.e. gamma), and the temperature value for
the simulated annealing process.
In our tests we choose the following combinations of parameters:

- gamma equal to
**2**,**3**, and**infinite** - temperature equal to
**0**,**0.5**,**1**,**1.5**, and**infinite** - N values in the range
**128**to**32,768**(power of 2 steps).

Graphics above show results when gamma is finite, we generate Spherical RGG, Soft Spherical RGG, Erdos-Renyi graphs.

Graphics above show results when gamma is finite, we generate Hyperbolic RGG, Soft Hyperbolic RGG, and Soft Configuration Model graphs.

### Authors and Contributors

The Hyperbolic Graph Generator software has been designed and implemented by Chiara Orsini (@chiaraorsini), and Rodrigo Aldecoa (@raldecoa).