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Kruskals algorithm Prims algorithm

1. 2. 3.

Select the shortest edge in a network Select the next shortest edge which does not create a cycle

1. 2. 3.

Select any vertex Select the shortest edge connected to that vertex Select the shortest edge connected to any vertex already connected Repeat step 3 until all vertices have been connected

Example

A cable company want to connect five villages to their network which currently extends to the market town of Avonford. What is the minimum length of cable needed? Brinleigh

Cornwell

3 8

Avonford

6 8

Fingley

4

Donster

7 4

5 2

Edan

We model the situation as a network, then the problem is to find the minimum connector for the network B

3 8

A

6 8

F

4

D

7 4

E

5 2

Kruskals Algorithm

List the edges in order of size:

B 3 8 A 4 E 7

C 6 8 F 5 2 D 4

ED AB AE CD BC EF CF AF BF DF

2 3 4 4 5 5 6 7 8 8

ED 2

B 3 8 A

Kruskals Algorithm

Select the next shortest edge which does not create a cycle ED 2 AB 3

B 3 8 A 4 E 7

C 6 8 F 5 2 D 4

Kruskals Algorithm

Select the next shortest edge which does not create a cycle ED 2 AB 3 CD 4 (or AE 4)

B 3 8 A 4 E 7

C 6 8 F 5 2 D 4

Kruskals Algorithm

Select the next shortest edge which does not create a cycle ED AB CD AE 2 3 4 4

B 3 8 A 4 E 7

C 6 8 F 5 2 D 4

Kruskals Algorithm

Select the next shortest edge which does not create a cycle ED AB CD AE BC EF 2 3 4 4 5 forms a cycle 5

B 3 8 A 4 E 7

C 6 8 F 5 2 D 4

Kruskals Algorithm

All vertices have been connected.

B 3 8 A 4 E 7

C 6 8 F 5 2 D 4

The solution is ED AB CD AE EF 2 3 4 4 5

Prims Algorithm

Select any vertex

B 3 8 A 4 E 7

C 6 8 F 5 2 D 4

Prims Algorithm

Select the shortest edge connected to any vertex already connected.

B 3 8 A 4 E 7

C 6 8 F 5 2 D 4

AE 4

Prims Algorithm

Select the shortest edge connected to any vertex already connected.

B 3 8 A 4 E 7

C 6 8 F 5 2 D 4

ED 2

Prims Algorithm

Select the shortest edge connected to any vertex already connected.

B 3 8 A 4 E 7

C 6 8 F 5 2 D 4

DC 4

Prims Algorithm

Select the shortest edge connected to any vertex already connected.

B 3 8 A 4 E 7

C 6 8 F 5 2 D 4

CB 5 forms a cycle EF 5

Prims Algorithm

All vertices have been connected.

B 3 8 A 4 E 7

C 6 8 F 5 2 D 4

The solution is ED AB CD AE EF 2 3 4 4 5

Some points to note Both algorithms will always give solutions with the same length. They will usually select edges in a different order you must show this in your workings. Occasionally they will use different edges this may happen when you have to choose between edges with the same length. In this case there is more than one minimum connector for the network.

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