Matchings-bipartitee - Engineering Exercises 1 Consider the weighted bipartite graph shown below 2 Identify an augmenting path in the bipartite

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Engineering xercises 2. Identify an augmenting path in the bipartite graph shown below, Exercises 1. Consider the weighted bipartite graph shown below. relative to the matching defined by the heavy weight edges. a b d e The path daebfc is an augmenting path. a b d e 4 3 2 5 3 2 c f Construct the flow graph used to find a max weight matching in this graph and find a min-cost flow corresponding to a max wt matching. Show the matching obtained using this augmenting path. c f 1 - a b d e a b d e 4 -3 -2 -5 -3 -2 s t all capacities are 1 source/sink edge c f The heavy-weight edges correspond to a min-cost flow. The weight of the corresponding matching is 10. c f -1 costs are zero 11
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Engineering 3. The figure below shows two matchings in a graph. 4. As described in the notes, the augmenting path algorithm ,g g p g performs a lot of redundant work each time it starts a new augmenting path search. Describe a version that would eliminate much of this overhead.
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course CSE 541 taught by Professor Buhler during the Spring '09 term at Washington University in St. Louis.

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Matchings-bipartitee - Engineering Exercises 1 Consider the weighted bipartite graph shown below 2 Identify an augmenting path in the bipartite

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