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All Pairs Shortest Paths Algorithms
, 1999
"... There are many algorithms for the all pairs shortest path problem, depending on variations of the problem. The simplest version takes only the size of vertex set as a parameter. As additional parameters, other problems specify the number of edges and/or the maximum value of edge costs. In this ..."
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There are many algorithms for the all pairs shortest path problem, depending on variations of the problem. The simplest version takes only the size of vertex set as a parameter. As additional parameters, other problems specify the number of edges and/or the maximum value of edge costs. In this
ALL PAIRS SHORTEST PATHS ALGORITHMS
"... Given a communication network or a road network one of the most natural algorithmic question is how to determine the shortest path from one point to another. In this paper we deal with one of the most fundamental problems of Graph Theory, the All Pairs Shortest Path (APSP) problem. We study three al ..."
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Given a communication network or a road network one of the most natural algorithmic question is how to determine the shortest path from one point to another. In this paper we deal with one of the most fundamental problems of Graph Theory, the All Pairs Shortest Path (APSP) problem. We study three
On the Quantum Query Complexity of AllPairs Shortest Paths
"... We show lower bounds for the quantum query complexity of the allpairs shortest paths problem (APSP) for nonnegatively weighted directed graphs (digraphs), both in the adjacency matrix model and in an adja ..."
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We show lower bounds for the quantum query complexity of the allpairs shortest paths problem (APSP) for nonnegatively weighted directed graphs (digraphs), both in the adjacency matrix model and in an adja
On the exponent of the all pairs shortest path problem
"... The upper bound on the exponent, ω, of matrix multiplication over a ring that was three in 1968 has decreased several times and since 1986 it has been 2.376. On the other hand, the exponent of the algorithms known for the all pairs shortest path problem has stayed at three all these years even for t ..."
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The upper bound on the exponent, ω, of matrix multiplication over a ring that was three in 1968 has decreased several times and since 1986 it has been 2.376. On the other hand, the exponent of the algorithms known for the all pairs shortest path problem has stayed at three all these years even
Hardware/Software Codesign for AllPairs Shortest Paths on a Reconfigurable Supercomputer
, 2006
"... Hardware/Software Codesign for AllPairs ShortestPaths on a ReconfigurableSupercomputer ..."
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Hardware/Software Codesign for AllPairs ShortestPaths on a ReconfigurableSupercomputer
On the AllPairs ShortestPath Algorithm Of Moffat and Takaoka
, 1997
"... We review how to solve the allpairs shortestpath problem in a nonnegatively Ž 2 weighted digraph with n vertices in expected time On log n.. This bound is shown to hold with high probability for a wide class of probability distributions on nonnegatively weighted digraphs. We also prove that, for ..."
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We review how to solve the allpairs shortestpath problem in a nonnegatively Ž 2 weighted digraph with n vertices in expected time On log n.. This bound is shown to hold with high probability for a wide class of probability distributions on nonnegatively weighted digraphs. We also prove that
An Improved Algorithm for Finding All Pair Shortest Path
"... Floyd Warshall‘s Algorithm is a simple and widely used algorithm to compute shortest path between all pairs of vertices in an edge weighted directed graph. It can also be used to detect the presence of negative cycles. Many researchers have given many other approaches for finding all pair shortest p ..."
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Floyd Warshall‘s Algorithm is a simple and widely used algorithm to compute shortest path between all pairs of vertices in an edge weighted directed graph. It can also be used to detect the presence of negative cycles. Many researchers have given many other approaches for finding all pair shortest
1 Algorithms of All Pair Shortest Path Problem
"... This paper is based on survey of various algorithms for all pair shortest path problem (APSP) on arbitrary real weighted directed graphs.This paper has summarized existing methods for solving shortestpath problems. In particular, we have addressed both sequential and parallel algorithms. We begin w ..."
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This paper is based on survey of various algorithms for all pair shortest path problem (APSP) on arbitrary real weighted directed graphs.This paper has summarized existing methods for solving shortestpath problems. In particular, we have addressed both sequential and parallel algorithms. We begin
PLANAR GRAPH DECOMPOSITION AND ALL PAIRS SHORTEST PATHS
, 1988
"... An algorithm is presented. for generating a succinct encoding of all pairs shortest path infonnation in a directed planar graph G with realvalued edge costs but no negative cycles. The algorithm runs in 0 (pn) time. where n is the number of vertices in G, andp is the minimum cardinality of a sub ..."
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An algorithm is presented. for generating a succinct encoding of all pairs shortest path infonnation in a directed planar graph G with realvalued edge costs but no negative cycles. The algorithm runs in 0 (pn) time. where n is the number of vertices in G, andp is the minimum cardinality of a
On the ComparisonAddition Complexity of AllPairs Shortest Paths
 In Proc. 13th Int'l Symp. on Algorithms and Computation (ISAAC'02
, 2002
"... We present an allpairs shortest path algorithm for arbitrary graphs that performs O(mn log (m; n)) comparison and addition operations, where m and n are the number of edges and vertices, resp., and is Tarjan's inverseAckermann function. Our algorithm eliminates the sorting bottleneck inherent ..."
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We present an allpairs shortest path algorithm for arbitrary graphs that performs O(mn log (m; n)) comparison and addition operations, where m and n are the number of edges and vertices, resp., and is Tarjan's inverseAckermann function. Our algorithm eliminates the sorting bottleneck
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