Are there any R Packages for Graphs (shortest path, etc.)?
By : user1967579
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix this issue Sure, there's a Task View that gathers a fair number of the graphrelated Packages. (The page linked to is a CRAN portal, which uses iframes, so i can't directly link to the Graph Task View. So from the page linked to here, click on Task Views near the top of the LHS column, then click on the Task View gR, near the bottom of the list. Among the Packages there, igraph, for instance, has graphtheoretic functions such as you have mentioned in your Q.

Graphs: figure out if the path is at least X% better than others
By : Eduardo Pìmenta
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM

Shortest path(s) in linked graphs
By : Abhi Sanghvi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I'm not sure about 'prior art' in this domain, but I guess I can think of a 'straightforward solution'. Find the best path in the Graph 1 (the first graph) separately, as shown in the 'Picture Example'. Compute the cost function for this path, say CF1. Find the number of coloured nodes in Graph 1's optimal path. For all coloured nodes in Graph 1, remove all alternate connection from Graph 2, i.e, ensure that a path in Graph 2 has to go through the coloured nodes used in Graph 1. Find the optimal path in Graph 2 and compute its cost function, say CF2. Compute CF1 + CF2 Repeat steps 1 to 5, but this time start with Graph 2 and then match Graph 1's coloured nodes with Graph 2's initial optimal path.

Reconstructing graph to find count of optimized graphs less than initial shortest path
By : Carlos Bomfim
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue That sounds like an exponential problem because you can arbitrarily add any number of edges between your source and target nodes, and that is for the simplest case where all edges have weight (1). For purposes of discussion, let's simplify the problem into two sets of graphs, those with all edges having a weight of 1 and another set where all edges have a weight "w" of 2 for a target weighted path "t" of 100.

How to make charts/graphs (such as line graphs, bar graphs, circle graphs), etc. in C++, Qt, QML, Blackberry 10 Cascades
By : Ernesto Silva
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM

