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Course: EECS 12203, Fall 2008
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of Department EECS - University of California at Berkeley EECS122 - Communication Networks - Spring 2003 Instructors: Abhay Parekh &amp; Jean Walrand Homework Assignment No. 2 Assigned: February 25, 2003 -- Due: March 6, 2003 Problem 1 (20%). Generalizing Dijkstra: Suppose every edge has a speed in addition to having a weight (length). So, given an edge l, let wl &gt; 0 be its weight and sl &gt; 0 be...

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of Department EECS - University of California at Berkeley EECS122 - Communication Networks - Spring 2003 Instructors: Abhay Parekh & Jean Walrand Homework Assignment No. 2 Assigned: February 25, 2003 -- Due: March 6, 2003 Problem 1 (20%). Generalizing Dijkstra: Suppose every edge has a speed in addition to having a weight (length). So, given an edge l, let wl > 0 be its weight and sl > 0 be...
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