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Therefore, there are actually three possibilities of the base case for this problem

that will terminate any particular recursive

move is out of bounds or blocked > An invalid move because the move has been

...

Therefore, there are actually three possibilities of the base case for this problem

that will terminate any particular recursive

**path**: > An invalid move because themove is out of bounds or blocked > An invalid move because the move has been

...

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Mathematically, this is the summation: y • _ n(n-1) it 2 A

edges that connects two vertices in a graph. For example, in our graph from

Figure 18.1, A, B, D is a

and ...

Mathematically, this is the summation: y • _ n(n-1) it 2 A

**path**is a sequence ofedges that connects two vertices in a graph. For example, in our graph from

Figure 18.1, A, B, D is a

**path**from A to D. Notice that each sequential pair, (A, B)and ...

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to the predecessor of the target + 1, and if we wish to output the vertices along the

shortest

second possibility for determining the shortest

to the predecessor of the target + 1, and if we wish to output the vertices along the

shortest

**path**, we can simply backtrack along the chain of predecessors. Thesecond possibility for determining the shortest

**path**is to look for the cheapest**path**...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

Software Development | 2 |

ObjectOriented Design | 30 |

Collections | 83 |

Copyright | |

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