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This is a summary of the Floyd-Warshall algorithm. It should be sucient for your needs in this

problem set, but you can nd a full discussion of the algorithm on pages 558-562 of Introduction to

Algorithms, by Cormen, Leiserson, and Rivest (CLR). You are also free to use any other algorithm

you wish to compute shortest paths.

Note that the pseudo-code presented here assumes that edge costs are non-negative.

The pseudo-code in CLR is more general.

The Floyd-Warshall algorithm is used to solve the all-pairs shortest-paths problem on a directed

graph G = (V,E). The algorithm pre-computes a distance matrix D and a path matrix P in (V 3 )

time. (You should make sure your implementation actually achieves a running time of (V 3 );

otherwise your TAs might get tired of waiting for your code to run...) D[v,w] contains the cost

of the lowest cost path from vertex v to vertex w. P[v,w] holds a vertex k which is the direct

predecessor of w on the least cost path between v and w. Once D and P have been computed,

calculating the minimum cost between two vertices is a constant time lookup in D, and calculating

the minimum cost path is a (V) computation using P.

The distance matrix D and the path matrix P are initialized as follows:

8 9

>

< 0 i=j >

=

8 D [i; j ] =

> 1

: cost of (i; j )

6

if (i; j) E and i = j6 >

;

6

i;j

if (i; j) E and i = j

( )

8 [ ]= NIL if (i; j) 6 E or i = j

i if (i; j) E and i 6= j

i;j P i; j

(You will need to come up with some way to represent 1 and NIL in your code.)

The matrices are then computed as follows:

for k = 1 to N

for i = 1 to N

for j = 1 to N

if D[i; k] + D[k; j ] < D[i; j ] then

[ ] = D[i; k] + D[k; j ]

D i; j

[ ] = P [k; j ]

P i; j

For each pair of nodes v and w, the path matrix entry P[v,w] (as computed above) contains a node

k which is the direct predecessor of w on the least cost path from v to w. (A NIL value indicates

1

that there is no path.) So the least cost path from v to w is the least cost path from v to k (where

k = P[v,w]), followed by w:

path v; w( ) = path(v; P [v; w])!w

where path(i; j ) = i ! ::: ! j

and path(i; i) = i

2

3 4

1 3

8

7 1

4 2 5

5 4

6

Consider the graph in Figure 1. For this graph, we would initialize D and P to be:

0 0 3 8 1 4 1 0 NIL 1 1 NIL 1

1

BB 1 0 1 1 7 CC BB NILNIL NIL 2 2 CC

B

D=B 1 4 1 CCC B CC

B@ 2 1 50 10 1 A

P = B NIL

B@ 4 3 NIL NIL NIL

NIL 4 NIL NIL CA

1 1 1 6 0 NIL NIL NIL 5 NIL

and our nal values for D and P are:

00 3 8 4 4

1 0 NIL 1 1 2 1

1

BB 3 0 6 1 7 CC BB 4 NIL 4 2 2 CC

B

D=B 7 4 0 5 11 CC B

P =B 4 3 NIL 2 2 CC

B@ 2 5 5 0 6 CA B@ 4 1 4 NIL 1 CA

8 11 11 6 0 4 1 4 5 NIL

2

From the nal matrices, we can see that the shortest path from vertex 5 to vertex 2 has a cost

of 11 (D[5,2]) and moves from 5 to 2 via 1 (P[5,2]), and from 5 to 1 via 4 (P[5,1]), for a path of

5 ! 4 ! 1 ! 2.

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