This is a follow-up question to posts:
The definition of stationary distribution in wikipedia:Steady-state analysis and limiting distributions
Are stationary distributions of graphs with every property(for example directed or undirected, strongly connected or sparse, periodic or aperiodic)proportional to eigenvector corresponding to eigenvalue 1 ?
If not, what is the difference for each case?
I know when the graph is undirected strongly connected and aperiodic, there is a unique stationary distribution equal to the degree of the vertex divided by the overall degree of nodes.But I don't Know how is it for other type of graph.