I am working with graphs (V, E) which have a fixed number of common neighbours and common non-neighbours for each pair of adjacent vertices, and non-adjacent vertices as well. To denote these four invariants, I'm using the following symbols:
I'm not too keen on it though (I don't like how
_\nsim look). I'm considering using the
\tilde accent, but I would like an analogous
\nottilde accent, that is, a stricken-through
I'd imagine creating such a command would involve quite a bit of hassle, especially to be compatible with
\widetilde. I have no idea how to go about creating it (I used paint for the picture above).
I'm also open to other suggestions for this notation! Thanks.