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Ford-Bellman’s Shortest Path Algorithm: Step by Step

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: Fernando Michel
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The Ford-Bellman Shortest Path Algorithm is a well known solution to the Shortest Paths problem, which consists in finding the shortest path (in terms of arc weights) from an initial vertex r to each other vertex in a directed weighted graph. This implementation shows the step-by-step progress of the algorithm.

This work is part of a social service project consisting in the implementation of several graph theory algorithms with step-by-step execution, intended to be used as a teaching aid in graph theory related courses. See also applications for Kruskal’s Minimum Spanning Tree, Prim’s Minimum Spanning Tree, and Dijkstra’s Shortest Path.

Application Details

Publish Date: February 16, 2016
Created In: Maple 13
Language: English

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