Marco Nissen

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Example Imagine a car navigation system that aims to find the best route between two cities according to a certain criteria. In detail, there are different possibilities for the criteria, for example the following: "shortest distance", "shortest driving time" and "lowest cost" (according to gas consumption). The network will be represented by nodes and(More)
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