Dijkstra's Algorithm

Dijkstra's Algorithm

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Dijkstra's Algorithm Animated

Dijkstra's Algorithm Animated

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The Simple, Elegant Algorithm That Makes Google Maps Possible | Motherboard
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Dijkstra's algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dijkstra's algorithm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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How to find least-cost paths in a graph using Dijkstra's Algorithm. This video is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. http...

How to find least-cost paths in a graph using Dijkstra's Algorithm. This video is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada License. http...

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Edsger Dijkstra quotes quotations and aphorisms from OpenQuotes #quotes #quotations #aphorisms #openquotes #citation

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Dijkstra's algorithm essentially uses breadth first search with greedy approach to come up with the shortest distance between given two nodes. Here is a video that explains Dijkstra's algorithm with the help of examples and animations.

Dijkstra's algorithm essentially uses breadth first search with greedy approach to come up with the shortest distance between given two nodes. Here is a video that explains Dijkstra's algorithm with the help of examples and animations.

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Dijkstra's Algorithm  For those who are confused about the path A, E, D, F being the candidate for the answer, Dijkstras algorithm is a greedy algorithm meaning that it will always choose the thing that seems to best right now (without regard for how it may impact future choices). In this case, it chose A-B instead of A-E because the distance 4 < 7, hence ignoring the possibility of having a smaller path. This is what makes it greedy; it always goes for the next easiest solution.

Dijkstra's Algorithm For those who are confused about the path A, E, D, F being the candidate for the answer, Dijkstras algorithm is a greedy algorithm meaning that it will always choose the thing that seems to best right now (without regard for how it may impact future choices). In this case, it chose A-B instead of A-E because the distance 4 < 7, hence ignoring the possibility of having a smaller path. This is what makes it greedy; it always goes for the next easiest solution.

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