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Richard N. Aufmann + 3 others

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781305965584

Chapter 5, Problem 19RE

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Use the edge-picking algorithm to find a Hamiltonian circuit starting at vertex A in the weighted graph.

The graph in Exercise 17

To determine

**To find:**

The Hamiltonian circuit by using the edge-picking algorithm.

**Given:**

**Calculation:**

- Select the lowest weight edge in graph, here choose AD (If one or more edges hold equal weight, choose any one)
- In graph, select the next lowest weight So that it should not complete a circuit and should not add a third marked edge to form a single vertex
- Repeat the process unless no one can mark any edge. Hence form the final edge and finish the Hamiltonian circuit...

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