## Max flow problem Ford Fulkerson algorithm

Max flow problem The max flow problem can be defined as “Given a flow network as directed graph, where each edge has a capacity greater than 0 and two...
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## Topological Sorting

A topological sort of a directed acyclic graph (in short DAG) is a linear ordering of vertices such that if DAG contains a directed edge (u,v), then u appears...
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## All-pairs shortest paths using Johnson’s algorithm

All-pairs shortest paths using Johnson’s algorithm is used to find shortest paths between every pair of vertices in a given weighted directed Graph and weights might be negative, we...
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## Shortest path problem with negative weights Bellman Ford algorithm

Shortest path problem is problem of finding shortest path from given particular point/vertex to all other points or vertices in a graph. Bellman Ford algorithm is used for this...
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## how to detect cycle in directed graph using depth first search

how to detect cycle in directed graph using depth first search.Detecting cycle in directed graph using depth first traversal is one of use case of DFS. for example in...
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## Disjoint-set data structure c++ implementation

Disjoint-set data structure is very useful data structure which keeps track of collection of items and its set, i.e which item belongs to which set. it is also called...
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## minimum spanning tree Kruskal’s algorithm

minimum spanning tree definition: What is minimum spanning tree Kruskal’s algorithm is an algorithm in graph theory that finds a minimum spanning tree for a connected weighted undirected graph....
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## shortest path problem dijkstra’s algorithm

shortest path problem Shortest path problem can be defined as a problem to find minimum distance between two vertices/nodes of connected weighted graph.Dijkstra’s algorithm is an efficient algorithm for...
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