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Unformatted text preview: Breadth First Search Dequeued Paths: Priority Queue: Start: C Find: E Use a BFS to find the path from C to E that passes through the minimum number of nodes. Show your queue and dequeued paths to the right. Breadth First Search Dequeued Paths: Priority Queue: C Start: C Find: E Step: Enqueue start node. Breadth First Search Dequeued Paths: C Priority Queue: C Start: C Find: E Step: Dequeue next path. Breadth First Search Dequeued Paths: C Priority Queue: C A,C F,C Start: C Find: E Step: Enqueue paths to all adjacent nodes that have not already been visited. Breadth First Search Dequeued Paths: C A,C Priority Queue: C A,C F,C Start: C Find: E Step: Dequeue next path. Breadth First Search Dequeued Paths: C A,C Priority Queue: C A,C F,C B,A,C F,A,C J,A,C Start: C Find: E Step: Enqueue paths to all adjacent nodes that have not already been visited. Breadth First Search Dequeued Paths: C A,C F,C Priority Queue: C A,C F,C B,A,C F,A,C J,A,C Start: C Find: E Step: Dequeue next path. Breadth First Search Dequeued Paths:...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2010 for the course CS 1371 taught by Professor Stallworth during the Fall '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.
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