CS223-0327-Bellman

CS223-0327-Bellman - The Bellman-Ford Shortest Path...

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CS223 Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms 1 The Bellman-Ford Shortest Path Algorithm The Bellman-Ford Shortest Path Algorithm Neil Tang Neil Tang 03/27/2008 03/27/2008
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CS223 Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms 2 Class Overview Class Overview The shortest path problem Differences The Bellman-Ford algorithm Time complexity
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CS223 Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms 3 Shortest Path Problem Shortest Path Problem Weighted path length (cost): The sum of the weights of all links on the path. The single-source shortest path problem: Given a weighted graph G and a source vertex s, find the shortest (minimum cost) path from s to every other vertex in G.
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CS223 Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms 4 Differences Differences Negative link cost: The Bellman-Ford algorithm works; Dijkstra’s algorithm doesn’t. Distributed Implementation: The Bellman-Ford algorithm can be easily implemented in a distributed way. Dijkstra’s algorithm cannot.
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course CS 223 taught by Professor Tang during the Spring '07 term at MSU Bozeman.

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CS223-0327-Bellman - The Bellman-Ford Shortest Path...

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