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(a) For the following graph, use a table show all of the steps

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Topic: Algorithms
Due on: 06/04/2017
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(a) For the following graph, use a table show all of the steps (table rows) of Dijkstra’s algorithm to find the shortest paths from nodesto all other nodes {a, b, c, d}, where theunidirectionaledges are labeled with their costs and path costs are additive.


(b) Repeat part (a) if every path cost was instead the maximum of the costs of its component edges.


(c) Suppose the path cost from a to c is now -8 (negative). Can Dijkstra’s algorithm be used if the path costs are additive? Can it be used if the path costs are the maximum of their component edge costs?


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