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691-901 CMSC/OPER Fall 2003 Homework 4 Assigned: September 30, 2003 Due: October 7, 2003 Chapter 5 problems: 5.21 5.29 (&quot;perform three iterations&quot; means you should find d1, d2, d3, and d4 remember, d1 is initialization! sure Be to show all distance matrices) 5.30 (you should use the Floyd-Warshall algorithm for this problem, showing all distance matrices) 5.45 (you should make clear what...

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691-901 CMSC/OPER Fall 2003 Homework 4 Assigned: September 30, 2003 Due: October 7, 2003 Chapter 5 problems: 5.21 5.29 ("perform three iterations" means you should find d1, d2, d3, and d4 remember, d1 is initialization! sure Be to show all distance matrices) 5.30 (you should use the Floyd-Warshall algorithm for this problem, showing all distance matrices) ...

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