Given two graphs, determine if they are topologically equivalent. Topological equivalence is found by identifying a bijection from the nodes of one graph to the nodes of the other such that the edges also have a bijection. If the two graphs are equivalent, then there is a way to draw the two graph such that they look identical, even if the node labels are different on the two graphs.
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