Shortest path algorithms

@article{Gallo1988ShortestPA,
  title={Shortest path algorithms},
  author={Giorgio Gallo and Stefano Pallottino},
  journal={Annals of Operations Research},
  year={1988},
  volume={13},
  pages={1-79}
}
Theshortest path problem is considered from a computational point of view. Eight algorithms which solve theshortest path tree problem on directed graphs are presented, together with the results of wide-ranging experimentation designed to compare their relative performances on different graph topologies. The focus of this paper is on the implementation of the different data structures used in the algorithms. A "Pidgin Pascal" description of the algorithms is given, containing enough details to… 
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