## How to calculate the eigenvectors of a directed graph

Solution for How to calculate the eigenvectors of a directed graph is Given Below: How does the R language package …

## Why does BFS always give Manhattan distance?

Solution for Why does BFS always give Manhattan distance? is Given Below: I was solving one question where we need …

## Graph structure implementation

Solution for Graph structure implementation is Given Below: I have to implement the structure as shown in the this figure: …

## Finding the shortest distance between two nodes given multiple graphs

Solution for Finding the shortest distance between two nodes given multiple graphs is Given Below: Assume that we have a …

## Implementing Union-Find Algorithm for Kruskal’s Algorithm to find Minimum Spanning Tree in Java

Solution for Implementing Union-Find Algorithm for Kruskal’s Algorithm to find Minimum Spanning Tree in Java is Given Below: I am …

## Undirected graph connection [closed]

Solution for Undirected graph connection [closed] is Given Below: Closed. This question needs to be more focused. It is not …

## Is there an efficient algorithm for printing all edge-disjoint paths in a flow network?

Solution for Is there an efficient algorithm for printing all edge-disjoint paths in a flow network? is Given Below: I …

## Graph/binary tree coding problem – find number of people who can pay for dinner (connected components?)

Solution for Graph/binary tree coding problem – find number of people who can pay for dinner (connected components?) is Given …

## An analysis proof of the Hall marriage theorem

At Gil Kalai’s blog, Hall’s theorem for hypergraphs (Ron Aharoni and Penny Haxell, 1999) is given, and then it says, …

## An ant walks on a cube over the diagonals of little cubes. Can it visit all little faces exactly once?

Hint: can you see why the graph the ant is moving on is actually disconnected, with two components? Each facet …