Backtrack Search Algorithms and the Maximal Common Subgraph Problem

@article{McGregor1982BacktrackSA,
  title={Backtrack Search Algorithms and the Maximal Common Subgraph Problem},
  author={James J. McGregor},
  journal={Softw., Pract. Exper.},
  year={1982},
  volume={12},
  pages={23-34}
}
SUMMARY Backtrack algorithms are applicable to a wide variety of problems. An efficient but readable version of such an algorithm is presented and its use in the problem of finding the maximal common subgraph of two graphs is described. Techniques available in this application area for ordering and pruning the backtrack search are discussed. This algorithm has been used successfully as a component of a program for analysing chemical reactions and enumerating the bond changes which have taken… CONTINUE READING
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