CSE331 Lecture 26

# CSE331 Lecture 26 - e in E S = {s}, T = While S is not the...

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Lecture 26 CSE 331 Oct 31, 2011

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Coding Theory course (545) Spring 2012 Semester If you’re interested come talk to me Also seminar on Compressed Sensing (CSE 720)
Kruskal’s Algorithm Joseph B. Kruskal Input: G=(V,E) , c e > 0 for every e in E T = Ø Sort edges in increasing order of their cost Consider edges in sorted order If an edge can be added to T without adding a cycle then add it to T

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Prim’s algorithm Similar to Dijkstra’s algorithm Input: G=(V,E) , c e > 0 for every

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Unformatted text preview: e in E S = {s}, T = While S is not the same as V Among edges e= (u,w) with u in S and w not in S , pick one with minimum cost Add w to S , e to T (Old) History of MST algorithms 1920: Otakar Borvka 1930: Vojtch Jarnk 1956: Kruskal 1957: Prim 1959: Dijkstra Same algo! Same algo! Some modern Algo Researchers Can you guess the common link? Todays agenda Prove correctness of Kruskals and Prims algorithms...
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