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Generalizing on the notion of a cut-set, we define a k-way cut-set in an undirected graph as a set of edges whose removal breaks the graph into k or...

 Generalizing on the notion of a cut-set, we define a k-way cut-set in an undirected graph as a set of edges whose removal breaks the graph into k or more connected components. Show that the randomized contraction algorithm can be modified to find a minimum k-way cut-set in n^O(k) time.

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The Minimum Cut Problem . INPUT : An undirected graph G(V,E) [ parallel edges are allowed ] GOAL : To compute... View the full answer

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