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The stochastic shortest path length is defined as the arrival probability from a given source node to a given destination node in the stochastic networks. We consider the topological changes and their effects on the arrival probability in directed acyclic networks. There is a stable topology which shows the physical connections of nodes; however, the… (More)

A genetic algorithm is presented to find the arrival probability in a directed acyclic network with stochastic parameters, that gives more reliability of transmission flow in delay sensitive networks. Some sub-networks are extracted from the original network, and a connection is established between the original source node and the original destination node… (More)

In this paper, the maximum capacity path problem in time-varying network is presented, where waiting times at vertices are not allowable. Moreover, the capacities are considered the generalized trapezoidal fuzzy number. An exact algorithm is proposed which can find a optimal solution of problem subject to the time of path is at most T, where T is a given… (More)

In this note, we show that one of the arguments used by Moazzami for computing the tenacity of the third Harary graph is wrong and then improve the proof.

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